We investigate the classical Leslie-Gower competition system where one of the two competing populations is subject to Allee effects and is also under constant stocking. The model can have either no interior steady state, a unique interior steady state, two interior steady states or three interior steady states depending on parameter values. Using the tools of monotone planar systems, we provide basins of attraction for the local attractors and for the non-hyperbolic steady states. It is concluded that stocking of the weaker competitor can promote the coexistence of both competing populations.
|Journal||Advances in Difference Equations|
|State||Published - Jan 14 2015|
- Allee effects
- Competition system
- Stable manifold