Data from: Manifold influences of phylogenetic structure on a plant-herbivore network

Leonardo Lima Bergamini, Thomas M. Lewinsohn, Leonardo R. Jorge & Mário Almeida-Neto
Ecologists are increasingly aware of the interplay between evolutionary history and ecological processes in shaping current species interaction patterns. The inclusion of phylogenetic relationships in studies of species interaction networks has shown that closely related species commonly interact with sets of similar species. Notably, the degree of phylogenetic conservatism in antagonistic ecological interactions is frequently stronger among species at lower trophic levels than among those at higher trophic levels. One hypothesis that accounts for this...
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