Data from: Herbivores control effects of algal species richness on community biomass and stability in a laboratory microcosm experiment

Chase Rakowski & Bradley J. Cardinale
Hundreds of studies that have explored how biodiversity affects the productivity and stability of ecosystems have produced a consensus that communities composed of more species tend to have higher biomass that is more stable through time. However, the majority of this work stems from studies performed using highly simplified food webs, often composed of just primary producers competing for inorganic resources in the absence of trophic interactions. When studies have incorporated trophic interactions, diversity-function relationships...
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