Data from: Phylogenetic diversity is maintained despite richness losses over time in restored tallgrass prairie plant communities

Nicholas A. Barber, Holly P. Jones, Melvin R. Duvall, William P. Wysocki, Michael J. Hansen & David J. Gibson
Ecosystem restoration is an important tool for mitigating biodiversity loss and recovering critical ecosystem services to humanity, but restoration rarely takes into account the evolutionary attributes of the community being restored. Phylogenetic diversity (PD) represents a potentially valuable measure of restoration success because it can correlate with functional trait diversity that drives ecosystem function. However, PD patterns in restored communities are rarely assessed. We surveyed plant communities in restored tallgrass prairies 2–19 years old and...
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