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Miguel Gomez

Postdoctoral fellow | PhD

I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in how interactions within and between species promote phenotypic plasticity, and biodiversity patterns, such as species coexistence. Previously I have studied the role of negative frequency dependence opposing stochastic process (i.e., ecological drift) to maintain local species diversity, and how interspecific reproductive interference can affect population dynamics and reproductive behaviours. In Lund, I will continue research in this area, exploring the role of density and frequency-dependent interactions in local biodiversity patterns. We will use an integrative approach including field and lab experiments to ask questions about the role of interspecific interactions in trait evolution, and the role of negative frequency dependence regulating community composition.

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E-mail: miguel [dot] gomez [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Postdoctoral fellow

Evolutionary ecology

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