Data from: Canopy height explains species richness in the largest clade of Neotropical lianas

Leila Meyer, José Alexandre F. Diniz-Filho, Lúcia G. Lohmann, Joaquín Hortal, Elisa Barreto, Thiago Rangel & W. Daniel Kissling
Aim: Tall and structurally complex forests can provide ample habitat and niche space for climbing plants, supporting high liana species richness. We test to what extent canopy height (as proxy of 3D habitat structure), climate and soil interact to determine species richness in the largest clade of Neotropical lianas. We expect that the effect of canopy height on species richness is higher for lianas from closed tropical rainforests compared to riparian and savanna habitats. Location:...
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