Data from: Assembling a species–area curve through colonization, speciation and human-mediated introduction

Evan P. Economo, Milan Janda, Benoit Guénard & Eli Sarnat
Aim: The fundamental biogeographical processes of colonization, speciation and extinction shape island biotas in space–time. On oceanic islands, area and isolation affect these processes and resulting biodiversity patterns. In the Anthropocene, a new human-mediated colonization dynamic is altering insular ecosystems world-wide. Here, we test predictions about the roles of archipelago area and isolation in structuring ant diversity patterns through effects on both natural and anthropogenic biogeographical processes. Location: Tropical Pacific islands. Methods: We compiled a...
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