Data from: Consequences of swamp forest fragmentation on assemblages of vascular epiphytes and climbing plants: evaluation of the metacommunity structure

Jimmy Pincheira-Ulbrich, Christian E. Hernandez & Alfredo Saldaña
Aim: Habitat reduction in fragmented landscapes provides an opportunity to study the biogeographic patterns that drive changes in diversity in poorly studied metacommunities. In this study, colonization-extinction dynamics were indirectly evaluated through the analysis of the species-area relationship and the nestedness of vascular epiphytes and climbing plants in 30 swamp forest fragments. Location: Coast of the Araucanía Region in Chile. Taxon: Vascular epiphytes (16 species, mainly Pteridophytes) and climbing plants (15 species). Methods: We used...
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