Habitat filtering differentially modulates phylogenetic and functional diversity relationships between predatory arthropods

Aurélien Ridel, Denis Lafage, Pierre Devogel, Thomas Lacoue-Labarthe & Julien Pétillon
Mechanisms underlying biological diversities at different scales have received significant attention over the last decades. The hypothesis whether local abiotic factors, driving functional and phylogenetic diversities, can differ among taxa of arthropods remains under-investigated. In this study, we compared correlations and drivers of functional (FD) and phylogenetic (PD) diversities between spiders and carabids, two dominant taxa of ground-dwelling arthropods in salt marshes. Both taxa exhibited high correlation between FD and PD; the correlation was even...
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