Local and landscape scale variables shape insect diversity in an urban biodiversity hotspot.

Benjamin Adams, Enjie Li, Christine Bahlai, Emily Meineke, Terrence McGlynn & Brian Brown
Local community structure is shaped by processes acting at local and landscape scales. The relative importance of drivers operating across different spatial scales are difficult to test without observations across regional or latitudinal gradients. Cities exhibit strong but predictable environmental gradients overlaying a mosaic of highly variable but repeated habitat types within a constrained area. Thus, cities present a unique opportunity to explore how both local and landscape factors influence local biotic communities. We used...
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