Data from: Reorganization of interaction networks modulates the persistence of species in late successional stages

Serguei Saavedra, Simone Cenci, Ek Del-Val, Karina Boege & Rudolf P. Rohr
1.Ecological interaction networks constantly reorganize as interspecific interactions change across successional stages and environmental gradients. This reorganization can also be associated with the extent to which species change their preference for types of niches available in their local sites. Despite the pervasiveness of these interaction changes, previous studies have revealed that network reorganizations have a minimal or insignificant effect on global descriptors of network architecture, such as: connectance, modularity, and nestedness. However, little is known...
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