Data from: Phylogenetic community structure of North American desert bats: influence of environment at multiple spatial and taxonomic scales

Lorelei E. Patrick & Richard D. Stevens
1. Numerous processes influence community structure. The relative importance of these processes are thought to vary with spatial, temporal, and taxonomic scale: density dependent interactions are thought to be most influential at small scales, at intermediate scales environmental conditions may be the most influential factor, and biogeographic processes are thought to be of greater importance at larger scales. Additionally, the stress-dominance hypothesis suggests that communities experiencing harsher environmental conditions will be predominantly structured by habitat...
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