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Toads and lizards in an ecosystem depend on a limited quantity of food. This is an example of
The situation described, where different species compete for a limited resource, is an example of interspecific competition. In this case, toads and lizards are competing for a limited amount of food, which means that the individuals of one species may have an advantage over the other in obtaining the necessary resources. This competition may lead to changes in the population size or behavior of each species, as they try to adapt to the availability of resources.