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The observation that the trophic structures (i.e. mouths) of sympatric congeneric species generally vary by a factor of ~1.3.[clarification needed] This variation presumably leads to niche differentiation, allowing coexistence of multiple similar species in the same habitat, by partitioning food resources.
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