Data from: Scale-dependent responses of pollination and seed dispersal mutualisms in a habitat transformation scenario

Francisco E. Fontúrbel, Pedro Jordano & Rodrigo Medel
Transformed habitats are the result of deliberate replacement of native species by an exotic monoculture, involving changes in biotic and abiotic conditions. Despite this, transformed habitats are becoming more common and constitute a major biodiversity change driver, little is known about the scale-dependent responses of plant-animal mutualisms. Aiming to test the multi-scale responses of pollination and seed dispersal in a habitat transformation scenario, we examined a gradient of native and transformed habitats at three spatial...
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