Data from: Impact of a hurricane on the herpetofaunal assemblages of a successional chronosequence in a tropical dry forest

Ireri Suazo-Ortuño, José Nicolás Urbina-Cardona, Nancy Lara-Uribe, Jorge Marroquín-Páramo, Yunuen Soto-Sandoval, Jorge Rangel-Orozco, Leonel Lopez-Toledo, Julieta Benítez-Malvido & Javier Alvarado-Díaz
Land‐use change is the main cause of deforestation and degradation of tropical forest in Mexico. Frequently, these lands are abandoned leading to a mosaic of natural vegetation in secondary succession. Further degradation of the natural vegetation in these lands could be exacerbated by stochastic catastrophic events such as hurricanes. Information on the impact of human disturbance parallel to natural disturbance has not yet been evaluated for faunal assemblages in tropical dry forests. To evaluate the...
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