For a non-differentiable predator-prey model, we establish conditions for the existence of a heteroclinic orbit which is part of one contractive polycycle and for some values of the parameters, we prove that the heteroclinic orbit is broken and generates a stable limit cycle. In addition, in the parameter space, we prove that there exists a curve such that the unique singularity in the realistic quadrant of the predator-prey model is a weak focus of order two and by Hopf bifurcations we can have at most two small amplitude limit cycles.
Volume 130, 2020
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