The second chapter of John’s dissertation uses a reciprocal transplant experiment combined with the manipulation of biotic interactions (herbivory and pollination) to examine the extent to which biotic interactions determine fitness inside and beyond the geographic range of Clarkia xantiana. This paper follows up on his previous paper on this topic, which was published in the American Naturalist this year.

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