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Peter J. Russell + 2 others
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Textbook Problem

What is the difference between species richness and relativeabundance?

Summary Introduction

To review:

The differences between species richness and relative abundance.

Introduction:

In an ecological community, the foundation species determine the physical structure of the community. The trees form the foundation species of the forest ecosystem and the saltmarsh cord grass form the foundation species of the wetland ecosystem.

Explanation

The differences between species richness and relative abundance are given in the table below:

Species richness Relative abundance
It includes the total number of species present in the community. It is the commonness and rarity of the species present in the community.
The different species are present in equal numbers...

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