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Odling-Smee FJ, Laland KN, and Feldman MW (2003) Niche

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SchoenerT (1989) The ecological niche. In: Cherrett J (ed.) Ecological Concepts, pp. 79-113. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.

Tokeshi M (1999) Species Coexistence: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

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