Butterfly functional diversity in north west Japan

Kei Uchida & Atushi Ohwaki
Anthropogenic activities can negatively impact the major shifts in butterfly functional diversity in semi-natural ecosystems. However, little is known about their functional trait diversity, rather than total species richness, driven by forest fragmentation and urbanization. In the present study, we evaluated whether forest fragmentation and urbanization affects the functional diversity and stability of butterfly assemblages. Regarding the anthropogenic impacts on butterfly biodiversity loss, we predicted that the functional diversity and temporal stability of butterfly species...
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