Seasonality affects specialisation of a temperate forest herbivore community

Carlo Lutz Seifert, Vojtěch Novotny, Carlo L. Seifert, Leonardo R. Jorge, Martin Volf, David L. Wagner, Greg P. A. Lamarre, Scott E. Miller, Erika Gonzalez‐Akre, Kristina J. Anderson‐Teixeira & Vojtěch Novotný
Understanding spatiotemporal trends on insect-plant interaction networks is essential to unveil the ecological and evolutionary processes driving herbivore specialisation. However, community studies accounting for temporal dynamics in host-plant specialisation of herbivorous insects are surprisingly scarce. Here, we provide the background data which were used to investigate how seasonality affects specialisation of a temperate forest herbivore community. This dataset results from a comprehensive sampling of more than 4,700 folivorous caterpillars associated with 16 deciduous tree species...
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