Data from: Habitat amount, not patch size and isolation, drives species richness of macro‐moth communities in countryside landscapes

Thomas Merckx, Murilo Dantas De Miranda & Henrique Miguel Pereira
Aim: Our aim is to test whether species richness patterns are best explained by the effect of the total amount of habitat within the landscape, or instead by a combination of patch size and patch isolation effects. To this end, we jointly contrast the habitat amount hypothesis and countryside biogeography with patch size and isolation concepts from island biogeography. Location: Three multi-habitat landscapes in Peneda-Gerês National Park, NW Portugal. Taxon: Macro-moths (Lepidoptera). Methods: Light-trapping using...
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