Data from: Defaunation increases the spatial clustering of lowland Western Amazonian tree communities

Bagchi R, Swamy V, Latorre Farfan J, Terborgh J, Vela CIA, Pitman NCA, Sanchez WG

Date Published: January 18, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.88bq8

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Title Site data
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Description Data on six sites used in the analysis, including vertebrate numbers used to calculate the defaunation index.
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Title Dispersal syndrome data
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Description Data on the means of dispersal for 274 tree species.
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Title Tree size and locations
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Description Location and size data for trees used in analysis
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Bagchi R, Swamy V, Latorre Farfan J, Terborgh J, Vela CIA, Pitman NCA, Sanchez WG (2018) Defaunation increases the spatial clustering of lowland Western Amazonian tree communities. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12929

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Bagchi R, Swamy V, Latorre Farfan J, Terborgh J, Vela CIA, Pitman NCA, Sanchez WG (2018) Data from: Defaunation increases the spatial clustering of lowland Western Amazonian tree communities. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.88bq8
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