Data from: Crop identity and memory effects on aboveground arthropods in a long-term crop rotation experiment

Michael Meyer, David Ott, Philipp Götze, Heinz-Josef Koch & Christoph Scherber
Agricultural landscapes are globally dominated by monocultures under intensive management. This is one of the main reasons for biodiversity loss and insect population decline in many regions all over the world. Agroecosystem biodiversity in these areas can be enhanced by cropping system diversification, such as crop rotations. Yet, long-term studies on effects of crop rotations on aboveground agrobiodiversity are lacking. We set up a 10-year long-term crop-rotation experiment in Central Germany and monitored the temporal...
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