Data from: Plant diversity enhances moth diversity in an intensive forest management experiment

Heather T. Root, Jake Verschuyl, Thomas Stokely, Paul Hammond, Melissa A. Scherr & Matthew G. Betts
Intensive forest management (IFM) promises to help satisfy increasing global demand for wood, but may come at the cost of local reductions to forest biodiversity. IFM often reduces early seral plant diversity as a result of efforts to eliminate plant competition with crop trees. If diversity is a function of bottom-up drivers, theory predicts that specialists at lower trophic levels (e.g., insect herbivores) should be particularly sensitive to reductions in plant diversity. We conducted a...
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