Data from: Specialists in ancient trees are more affected by climate than generalists

Leonie A. Gough, Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, Per Milberg, Hanne E. Pilskog, Niclas Jansson, Mats Jonsell, Tone Birkemoe & Nicklas Jansson
Ancient trees are considered one of the most important habitats for biodiversity in Europe and North America. They support exceptional numbers of specialized species, including a range of rare and endangered wood-living insects. In this study, we use a dataset of 105 sites spanning a climatic gradient along the oak range of Norway and Sweden to investigate the importance of temperature and precipitation on beetle species richness in ancient, hollow oak trees. We expected that...
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