Data from: Geographical variation in mutualistic networks: similarity, turnover and partner fidelity

Kristian Trøjelsgaard, Pedro Jordano, Daniel W. Carstensen, Jens M. Olesen & K. Trojelsgaard
Although species and their interactions in unison represent biodiversity and all the ecological and evolutionary processes associated with life, biotic interactions have, contrary to species, rarely been integrated into the concepts of spatial β-diversity. Here, we examine β-diversity of ecological networks by using pollination networks sampled across the Canary Islands. We show that adjacent and distant communities are more and less similar, respectively, in their composition of plants, pollinators and interactions than expected from random...
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