Data supporting: Drivers of individual-based, antagonistic interaction networks during plant range expansion

Jorge Isla, Miguel Jácome-Flores, Pareja Daniel & Jordano Pedro
1. Range expansion in plant populations, especially at the colonization front, can be either limited by disproportionately large effects of antagonistic interactions or facilitated by their release. How the strength of antagonistic interactions changes along successional gradients during range expansion is still poorly documented, especially when diverse assemblages of plant antagonists (rodents, invertebrates, and birds) combine within interaction networks. 2. We study the changes in individual-based, predispersal seed-pulp predator networks along a colonization gradient in...
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