Data from: The costs of ignoring species detectability on functional diversity estimation

Facundo Palacio, René Maragliano & Diego Montalti
Functional diversity (FD) approaches have been increasingly used to understand ecosystem functioning in bird communities. These typically rely on the assumption that species are perfectly detected in the field, despite the fact that imperfect detection represents a ubiquitous source of bias in biodiversity studies. This may be notably important in FD studies, because detection may depend on the functional traits used to compute FD metrics. However, little effort has been devoted to account for imperfect...
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