Data from: Connectivity explains local ant community structure in a Neotropical forest canopy: a large-scale experimental approach

Benjamin Adams, Stefan Schnitzer & Stephen Yanoviak
Understanding how habitat structure and resource availability affect local species distributions is a key goal of community ecology. Where habitats occur as a mosaic, variation in connectivity among patches influences both local species richness and composition, and connectivity is a key conservation concern in fragmented landscapes. Similarly, availability of limiting resources frequently determines species co-existence or exclusion. For primarily cursorial arthropods like ants, gaps between neighboring trees are a significant barrier to movement through the...
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