Data from: Landscape simplification shapes pathogen prevalence in plant-pollinator networks

Laura Figueroa, Heather Grab, Wee Hao Ng, Christopher Myers, Peter Graystock, Quinn McFrederick & Scott McArt
Species interaction networks, which play an important role in determining pathogen transmission and spread in ecological communities, can shift in response to agricultural landscape simplification. However, we know surprisingly little about how landscape simplification-driven changes in network structure impact epidemiological patterns. Here, we combine mathematical modeling and data from eleven bipartite plant-pollinator networks observed along a landscape simplification gradient to elucidate how changes in network structure shape disease dynamics. Our empirical data show that landscape...
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