Data from: Environmental filtering by pH and soil nutrients drives community assembly in fungi at fine spatial scales

Sydney I. Glassman, Ian J. Wang & Thomas D. Bruns
Whether niche processes, like environmental filtering, or neutral processes, like dispersal limitation, are the primary forces driving community assembly is a central question in ecology. Here, we use a natural experimental system of isolated tree “islands” to test whether environment or geography primarily structures fungal community composition at fine spatial scales. This system consists of isolated pairs of two distantly-related, congeneric pine trees established at varying distances from each other and the forest edge, allowing...
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