Data from: Evaluating the contribution of dispersal to community structure in Neotropical passerine birds

Nicholas M.A. Crouch, João M.G. Capurucho, Shannon J. Hackett & John M. Bates
For two centuries evolutionary biologists have sought to explain elevated biodiversity in the Neotropics. Although different process are known to be important, it is still not uncommon for researchers to emphasize a single mechanism. Recently, arguments have highlighted the importance of dispersal shaping community structure and evolution across the region. We examine this hypothesis by visualizing spatial variation in community structure for the majority of South American passerines (Aves) across the northern half of South...
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