Question #949de

1 Answer

In intraspecific competition, members of the same species compete, while in the inter specific competition occurs in the same species.


The intraspecific competition is an interaction in population ecology, where the members of the same species compete for limited resources of that locality. It leads to the reduction in fitness for both the individuals of same species.
But in contrast, the interspecific competition occurs, when members of different species compete for shared resource.