Data from: Distance-decay differs among vertical strata in a tropical rainforest

Edmund W. Basham, Christa M. Seidl, Lydou R. Andriamahohatra, Brunno F. Oliveira & Brett R. Scheffers
1. Assemblage similarity decays with geographic distance—a pattern known as the distance-decay relationship. While this pattern has been investigated for a wide range of organisms, ecosystems, and geographical gradients, whether these changes vary more cryptically across different forest strata (from ground to canopy) remains elusive. 2. Here, we investigated the influence of ground vs arboreal assemblages to the general distance-decay relationship observed in forests. We seek to explain differences in distance-decay relationships between strata in...
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