At the low food level, Brachionus angularis outcompeted B. calyciflorus and vice versa at the high food level. At the intermediate food level, B. angularis was displaced by B. calyciflorus at nearly all the initial inoculation densities except for 75% B. angularis at which both species coexisted.
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