Data from: Vascular plant species richness and bioindication predict multi‐taxon species richness

Ane Kirstine Brunbjerg, Hans Henrik Bruun, Lars Dalby, Camilla Fløjgaard, Tobias Guldbjerg Frøslev, Toke Thomas Høye, Irina Goldberg, Thomas Læssøe, Morten D. D. Hansen, Lars Brøndum, Lars Skipper, Kåre Fog & Rasmus Ejrnæs
Plants regulate soils and microclimate, provide substrate for heterotrophic taxa, are easy to observe and identify and have a stable taxonomy, which strongly justifies their use as indicators in monitoring and conservation. However, there is no consensus as to whether plants are strong predictors of total multi‐taxon species richness. In this study, we investigate if general terrestrial species richness can be predicted by vascular plant richness and bioindication. To answer this question, we collected an...
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