Data from: Long-term species loss and homogenization of moth communities in Central Europe

Anu Valtonen, Aniko Hirka, Levente Szőcs, Matt Ayres, Heikki Roininen & György Csóka
As global biodiversity continues to decline steeply, it is becoming increasingly important to understand diversity patterns at local and regional scales. Changes in land use and climate, nitrogen deposition and invasive species are the most important threats to global biodiversity. Because land use changes tend to benefit a few species but impede many, the expected outcome is generally decreasing population sizes, decreasing species richness at local and regional scales, and increasing similarity of species compositions...
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