Data from: Intraspecific variation in litter palatability to macroarthropods in response to grazing and soil fertility

Sylvain Coq, Johanne Nahmani, Rémi Resmond, Jules Segrestin, Jean-Francois David, Patrick Schevin & Elena Kazakou
1. Clarifying the functional consequences of intraspecific trait variability in response to interacting trophic levels would provide a significant improvement in our understanding of aboveground-belowground linkages. In particular, the effects of grazing on plant traits may translate into altered litter quality, with potentially important consequences for litter-feeding decomposers. Plant and litter variability in response to grazing is expected to depend on soil fertility levels, with tolerance and defensive strategies more commonly expressed on fertile and...
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