Data from: Habitat connectivity and local conditions shape taxonomic and functional diversity of arthropods on green roofs

Sonja Braaker, Martin Karl Obrist, Jaboury Ghazoul & Marco Moretti
Summary 1. Increasing development of urban environments creates high pressure on green spaces with potential negative impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services. There is growing evidence that green roofs – rooftops covered with vegetation – can contribute mitigate the loss of urban green spaces by providing new habitats for numerous arthropod species. 2. Whether green roofs can contribute to enhance taxonomic and functional diversity and increase connectivity across urbanized areas remains, however, largely unknown. Furthermore,...
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