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Coexistence in a one-predator, two-prey system with indirect effects. (English) Zbl 1266.92063
Summary: We study the dynamics of a one-predator, two-prey system in which the predator has an indirect effect on the prey. We show that, in presence of the indirect effect term, the system admits coexistence of the three populations while, if we disregard it, at least one of the populations goes to extinction.

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