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A wonderful compendium of information,
This review is from: The Geographic Mosaic of Coevolution (Interspecific Interactions) (Paperback)
A superbly written text available at a super price. Sums up much of what is known and not known about the coevolutionary process. Does a great job at explaining the theory and critical importance of symbiotic interactions to understanding general ecology and evolution. Also summarizes most of what he wrote about in his earlier books on this subject. The chapters range from the population level to large geographical scales. Three entire chapters on "antagonists" and three entire chapters on "mutualists". Good balance of theory and empirical examples. [Yes, I am an ecologist!] Highly recommended...