Data from: Using river color to predict Amazonian floodplain forest avifauna in the world’s largest black-water river basin

Thiago Orsi Laranjeiras, Luciano Nicolas Naka & Mario Cohn-Haft.
Despite the importance of rivers in Amazonian biogeography, avian distribution patterns in river-created habitats (i.e., floodplain forest) have been sparsely addressed. Here we explore geographic variation in floodplain forest avifauna, specifically regarding one of the most striking aspects of the Amazon: the diversity of river “colors” (i.e., types, based on the color of the water). We sampled the avifauna at 30 sites, located in 17 different rivers (nine black- and eight white-water), in the Rio...
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