Data from: Fine partitioning of epiphyte habitat within Johansson zones in tropical Australian rainforest trees

Jennifer C. Sanger & James B. Kirkpatrick
For over three decades, the Johansson zones have been widely used in epiphyte studies as a way of stratifying the host tree into habitat zones, however, the usefulness of this system has been questioned. We test the effectiveness of the Johansson zones by grouping epiphyte species by the substrate and microclimatic attributes of their individual occurrences and assessing the fidelity of these groups to the Johansson zones. Habitat characteristics were recorded for every individual epiphyte...
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