Data from: Fungal symbiont effects on dune plant diversity depend on precipitation

Jennifer A. Rudgers, Lukas Bell-Dereske, Kerri M. Crawford & Sarah M. Emery
1. Historically, mutualisms have been considered to be less important than antagonisms in affecting the composition of ecological communities. In plant communities, beneficial microbes may feature as keystone mutualists in structuring community composition. Understanding the direction and magnitude of mutualist effects at the community scale may be critical for making accurate predictions on plant responses to climate change, particularly for mutualists that ameliorate climate-induced stressors. Such mitigation could shift outcomes between mutualist-enhanced species diversity and...
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