Data from: The role of soil chemistry and plant neighbourhoods in structuring fungal communities in three Panamanian rainforests

Tyler Schappe, Felipe E. Albornoz, Benjamin L. Turner, Abigail Neat, Richard Condit & F. Andrew Jones
Fungi play critical roles in ecosystem processes and interact with plant communities in mutualistic, pathogenic, and commensal ways. Fungal communities are thought to depend on both associated tree communities and soil properties. However, the relative importance of the biotic and abiotic drivers of soil fungal community structure and diversity in lowland tropical forests remains poorly understood. We examined the community structure of trees and fungi at different levels of phosphorus (0·17–16·3 mg kg−1) in moist...
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