Figure ‘B’ depicts the niche partitioning. In this graph representation, the barnacle spider
population is highest in a location with the highest vegetation cover. The barnacle spiders
share common diets in their locations. Therefore, to avoid competition by occupying the
diverse physical location. The large vegetation cover provides a wide range of are meaning
that the spider competes for less for food and other resources (Connell 710). It is also clear
that spiders live in the same habitat and will be partitioned based on niches like prey type, the
spatial position of web, and phenology. The two kinds of barnacle spiders will differ in terms
of weaving web structure and web size; fo...
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