Data from: Loss of top-down biotic interactions changes the relative benefits for obligate mutualists

Rong Wang, Xiao-Yong Chen, Yan Chen, Gang Wang, Derek Dunn, Rupert Quinnell & Steve Compton
The collapse of mutualisms due to anthropogenic changes is contributing to losses of biodiversity. Top predators can regulate biotic interactions between species at lower trophic levels and may contribute to the stability of such mutualisms, but they are particularly likely to be lost after disturbance of communities. We focused on the mutualism between the fig tree Ficus microcarpa and its host-specific pollinator fig wasp and compared the benefits accrued by the mutualists in natural and...
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