Data from: Measuring ectomycorrhizal fungal dispersal: macroecological patterns driven by microscopic propagules

Kabir G. Peay, Max G. Schubert, Nhu H. Nguyen & Thomas D. Bruns
Dispersal plays a prominent role in most conceptual models of community assembly. However, direct measurement of dispersal across a whole community is difficult at ecologically relevant spatial scales. For cryptic organisms, such as fungi and bacteria, the scale and importance of dispersal limitation has become a major point of debate. We use an experimental island biogeographic approach to measure the effects of dispersal limitation on the ecological dynamics of an important group of plant symbionts,...
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