Data from: Niches in the Anthropocene: passerine assemblages show niche expansion from natural to urban habitats

Emilio Pagani-Núñez, Dan Liang, Chao He, Xuemeng Zhou, Xu Luo, Yang Liu & Eben Goodale
Human‐mediated habitat transformation is increasingly evident around the world. Yet, how this transformation influences species’ niche width and overlap remains unclear. On the one hand, human‐mediated habitat transformation promotes increased species similarity through trait‐based filtering, and an increased prevalence of generalist species with broad niches, resulting in functional homogenization. On the other hand, species that colonize transformed habitats could use empty niches, resulting in decreased species similarity and an expansion of assemblage‐level niche space. Here...
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