Data from: Genetic inference of epiphytic orchid colonization; it may only take one

Dorset W. Trapnell, Jim L. Hamrick, Caitlin D. Ishibashi & Tyler R. Kartzinel
Colonization of vacant habitat is a fundamental ecological process that affects the ability of species to persist and undergo range modifications in continually shifting landscapes. Thus, understanding factors that affect and limit colonization has important ecological and conservation implications. Epiphytic orchids are increasingly threatened by various factors, including anthropogenic habitat disturbance. As cleared areas (e.g. pastures) are recolonized by suitable host trees, the establishment and genetic composition of epiphytic orchid populations are likely a function...
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