Why, with an increase in species diversity, the likelihood of outbreaks of individual species in biocenoses decreases?

An outbreak of the species is possible provided that the ecological niche in which the species lives is not yet completely filled and that it has enough food or space for individuals of this species. The increase in species diversity is associated with the emergence in the community of new species that occupy their ecological niches and naturally lay claim to the food and living space of our species. In such conditions, outbreaks of the numbers of this species become unlikely, because new individuals need to live somewhere and that is.

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