Data from: The influence of range-wide plant genetic variation on soil invertebrate communities

Connor R. Fitzpatrick, Anna V. Mikhailitchenko, Daniel N. Anstett & Marc T. J. Johnson
Plant genetic variation can have far-reaching effects on associated communities and ecosystems. Heritable variation in ecologically relevant plant traits is often non-randomly distributed across a species’ range and can exhibit geographic clines. In the event of range expansions and migration, previously unfamiliar genotypes may have large impacts on resident communities and ecosystems due to the introduction of novel and heritable phenotypic variation. Here we test the hypothesis that geographic origin of a focal plant genotype...
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