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05) between species tolerance in smaller patches and difference in the breadth of substrates used indicated that species which demonstrated a significant shift in foraging regimes to use fewer substrates in smaller patches, all fairly frequently (Cinereous Conebill, Tawny Tit-spinetail, and Giant Conebill), were more tolerant of small patches.
For, example on gradients, species tolerances may explain more of species distribution patterns than of plant--plant competition (Hall et al.