Data from: Hotspots of mutualistic networks

Luis Gilarranz, Malena Sabatino, Marcelo Aizen & Jordi Bascompte
Incorporating interactions into a biogeographical framework may serve to understand how such interactions and the services they provide are distributed in space. We begin by simulating the spatiotemporal dynamics of realistic mutualistic networks inhabiting spatial networks of habitat patches. We proceed by comparing these predictions with the empirical results of a set of pollination networks in isolated hills of the Argentinian Pampas. We first find that one needs to sample up to five times as...
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