Data from: Spatial patterns of pathogenic and mutualistic fungi across the elevational range of a host plant

Dominik Merges, Miklós Bálint, Imke Schmitt, Katrin Böhning-Gaese & Eike Lena Neuschulz
1. Fungi are both agents of disease and mutualistic partners of plants. Previous studies have tested the effects of abiotic or biotic factors on plant-associated fungal communities in isolation. However, to better understand patterns of plant-fungal associations, the combined effects of abiotic and biotic drivers across environmental gradients may be important. 2. We investigated the effects of temperature, pH, soil moisture, vegetation cover and distance to host plant on the occurrence and abundance of fungi...
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