Data from: Patch size drives colonization by aquatic insects, with minor priority effects of a cohabitant

Matthew Pintar, Reed Scott & William J. Resetarits
Patch size is one of the most important factors affecting the distribution and abundance of species, and recent research has shown that patch size is an important niche dimension affecting community structure in aquatic insects. Building on this result, we examined the impact of patch size in conjunction with presence of larval anurans on colonization by aquatic insects. Hyla chrysoscelis (Cope’s gray treefrog) larvae are abundant and early colonists in fishless lentic habitats, and these...
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