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Data and code: Global and regional ecological boundaries explain abrupt spatial discontinuities in avian frugivory interactions

AuthorsMartins, Lucas P.; Stouffer, Daniel B. CSIC ORCID; Blendinger, Pedro G.; Böhning-Gaese, Katrin; Buitrón-Jurado, Galo; Correia, Marta; Costa, José Miguel; Dehling, D. Matthias; Donatti, Camila I.; Emer, Carine; Galetti, Mauro; Heleno, Rubén H.; Jordano, Pedro CSIC ORCID CVN ; Menezes, Ícaro; Morante-Filho, José Carlos; Muñoz, Marcia C.; Pizo, Marco A.; Quitián, Marta; Ruggera, Román A.; Saavedra, Francisco; Santillán, Vinicio; Sanz D’Angelo, Virginia; Schleuning, Matthias; Silva, Luis Pascual da; Ribeiro da Silva, Fernando; Timóteo, Sérgio; Traveset, Anna CSIC ORCID ; Vollstädt, Maximilian G. R.; Tylianakis, Jason M.
KeywordsBiological sciences
Biogeography and macroecology
Ecological networks
Plant-frugivore interactions
Plant-frugivore networks
Issue Date28-Oct-2022
PublisherDryad
CitationMartins, Lucas P.; Stouffer, Daniel B.; Blendinger, Pedro G.; Böhning-Gaese, Katrin; Buitrón-Jurado, Galo; Correia, Marta; Costa, José Miguel; Dehling, D. Matthias; Donatti, Camila I.; Emer, Carine; Galetti, Mauro; Heleno, Rubén H.; Jordano, Pedro; Menezes, Ícaro; Morante-Filho, José Carlos; Muñoz, Marcia C.; Pizo, Marco A.; Quitián, Marta; Ruggera, Román A.; Saavedra, Francisco; Santillán, Vinicio; Sanz D’Angelo, Virginia; Schleuning, Matthias; Silva, Luis Pascual da; Ribeiro da Silva, Fernando; Timóteo, Sérgio; Traveset, Anna; Vollstädt, Maximilian G. R.; Tylianakis, Jason M.; 2022; Data and code: Global and regional ecological boundaries explain abrupt spatial discontinuities in avian frugivory interactions [Dataset]; Dryad; https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mcvdnck4d
AbstractSpecies interactions can propagate disturbances across space via direct and indirect effects, potentially connecting species at a global scale. However, ecological and biogeographic boundaries may mitigate this spread by demarcating the limits of ecological networks. We tested whether large-scale ecological boundaries (ecoregions and biomes) and human disturbance gradients increase dissimilarity among plant-frugivore networks, while accounting for background spatial and elevational gradients and differences in network sampling. We assessed network dissimilarity patterns over a broad spatial scale, using 196 quantitative avian frugivory networks (encompassing 1,496 plant and 1,004 bird species) distributed across 67 ecoregions, 11 biomes, and 6 continents. We show that dissimilarities in species and interaction composition, but not network structure, are greater across ecoregion and biome boundaries and along different levels of human disturbance. Our findings indicate that biogeographic boundaries delineate the world’s biodiversity of interactions and likely contribute to mitigating the propagation of disturbances at large spatial scales.
DescriptionZip-file including the Data and Code necessary for reproducing the analyses from 'Global and regional ecological boundaries explain abrupt spatial discontinuities in avian frugivory interactions'. General Information regarding the data is included as a pdf file in the download.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mcvdnck4d
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/329936
DOI10.5061/dryad.mcvdnck4d
ReferencesMartins, Lucas P.; Stouffer, Daniel B.; Blendinger, Pedro G.; Böhning-Gaese, Katrin; Buitrón-Jurado, Galo; Correia, Marta; Costa, José Miguel; Dehling, D. Matthias; Donatti, Camila I.; Emer, Carine; Galetti, Mauro; Heleno, Rubén H.; Jordano, Pedro; Menezes, Ícaro; Morante-Filho, José Carlos; Muñoz, Marcia C.; Pizo, Marco A.; Quitián, Marta; Ruggera, Román A.; Saavedra, Francisco; Santillán, Vinicio; Sanz D’Angelo, Virginia; Schleuning, Matthias; Silva, Luis Pascual da; Ribeiro da Silva, Fernando; Timóteo, Sérgio; Traveset, Anna; Vollstädt, Maximilian G. R.; Tylianakis, Jason M. Global and regional ecological boundaries explain abrupt spatial discontinuities in avian frugivory interactions. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-34355-w. http://hdl.handle.net/10261/295876
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