Contrasting effects of host tree isolation on population connectedness in two tropical epiphytic bromeliads

Autumn Amici, Nalini Nadkarni, Emily DiBlasi & Jon Seger
Premise of the study Conversion of primary forests to pastures is a major cause of habitat fragmentation in the tropics. Fragmentation is expected to impede gene flow for many plant species that are restricted to remaining forest fragments. Epiphytes may be especially vulnerable to this effect of forest fragmentation because they depend on host trees. However, trees that remain in pastures may enhance connectivity across the landscape for epiphyte species that can thrive on such...
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