Data from: The theory of island biogeography and soundscapes: species diversity and the organization of acoustic communities

Aloïs Robert, Thierry Lengagne, Martim Melo, Vanessa Gardette, Sacha Julien, Rita Covas, Doris Gomez & Claire Doutrelant
Aim: On islands, species richness is reduced and interspecific competition relaxed in relation to the mainland, allowing species to use broader ecological niches. These factors are known to affect diet and morphology, but can also affect communication and acoustic signaling in particular. However, no study has ever compared insular and continental soundscapes to determine to which extent islands present reduced acoustic richness (number of co-vocalizing species) and fewer constraints for vocalizing species. Location: São Tomé...
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