Data from: Compensatory dynamics maintain bird phylogenetic diversity in fragmented tropical landscapes

José Carlos Morante Filho, Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez, Edyla R. Andrade, Bráulio A. Santos, Eliana Cazetta, Deborah Faria & Edyla R. De Andrade
1.Tropical forest loss can drive the extinction of forest-dependent species. Yet, non-forest species can proliferate in deforested landscapes, thus enabling community-level attributes (e.g., total abundance and richness) to be maintained in the remaining forest patches. Such compensatory dynamics have been, however, poorly investigated regarding the phylogenetic dimension of species diversity. Here, we assessed whether compensatory dynamics can stabilize the phylogenetic richness, divergence and structure of bird communities in response to forest loss in two regions...
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