Statistics of localized patterns as a function of growth advantage and inhibition. (A) Relative abundance of spatial patterns as a function of CDI inhibition (c
1) for a given growth advantage (α/β = 3.5). The most likely steady pattern transits from CDI+ extinction to single to double stripe, with a increasingly high prevalence of multi-stripes, as CDI inhibition increases. It makes a sharp change back to extinction (CDI-) as the parameters exit the spatial coexistence region. (B) Relative abundance of spatial patterns as a function of growth advantage (α/β) for a given CDI inhibition (c
1 = 2.0). An opposite trend of pattern statistics is observed compared with panel A.