Data from: Configurational landscape heterogeneity shapes functional community composition of grassland butterflies

Perović D, Gámez-Virués S, Börschig C, Klein A, Krauss J, Steckel J, Rothenwöhrer C, Erasmi S, Tscharntke T, Westphal C

Date Published: January 30, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.54cd3

 

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Title Local land use intensity index
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Description Local land use intensity for each study plot, published by Blüthgen, N., Dormann, C.F., Prati, D., Klaus, V.H., Kleinebecker, T., Holzel, N., Alt, F., Boch, S., Gockel, S., Hemp, A., Muller, J., Nieschulze, J., Renner, S.C., Schoning, I., Schumacher, U., Socher, S.A., Wells, K., Birkhofer, K., Buscot, F., Oelmann, Y., Rothenwohrer, C., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T., Weiner, C. N., Fischer, M., Kalko, E. K. V., Linsenmair, K.E., Schulze, E.D. & Weisser, W.W. (2012) A quantitative index of land-use intensity in grasslands: Integrating mowing, grazing and fertilization. Basic and Applied Ecology, 13, 207–220.
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Title Butterfly abundance data
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Description Butterfly abundance data; see Börschig, C., Klein, A.M., von Wehrden, H. & Krauss, J. (2013) Traits of butterfly communities change from specialist to generalist characteristics with increasing land-use intensity. Basic and Applied Ecology, 14, 547–554 for more details.
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Title Traits for butterfly species
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Description Traits for butterfly species (larval-feeding breath, male forewing length and migratory tendency) were compiled from: Higgins, L.G. & Riley, N.D. (1970) A field guide to the butterflies of Britain & Europe, 1st edn. Collins, London; Koch, M. (1991) Schmetterlinge, 3rd edn. Neuman Verlag Radebeul, Germany; Settele, J., Feldmann, R. & Reinhardt, R. (1999) Die Tagfalter Deutschlands, 1st edn. Eugen Stuttgart: Ulmer Verlag, Germany; Settele, J., Steiner, R., Reinhardt, R., Feldmann, R. & Herrmann, G. (2009) Schmetterlinge. Die Tagfalter Deutschlands. 2nd edn. Stuttgart: Ulmer Verlag, Germany.
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Title Coordinates of study sites
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Title Landscape metrics
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Description The Shannon diversity index of land cover types (SHDI) and the mean of the perimeter to area ratio of patches within the landscape (PAR). For more details see: Steckel, J., Westphal, C., Peters, M.K., Bellach, M., Rothenwoehrer, C., Erasmi, S., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T. & Steffan-Dwenter, S. (2014) Landscape composition and configuration differently affect trap-nesting bees, wasps and their antagonists. Biological Conservation, 172, 56–64.
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Perović D, Gámez-Virués S, Börschig C, Klein A, Krauss J, Steckel J, Rothenwöhrer C, Erasmi S, Tscharntke T, Westphal C (2015) Configurational landscape heterogeneity shapes functional community composition of grassland butterflies. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(2): 505-513. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12394

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Perović D, Gámez-Virués S, Börschig C, Klein A, Krauss J, Steckel J, Rothenwöhrer C, Erasmi S, Tscharntke T, Westphal C (2015) Data from: Configurational landscape heterogeneity shapes functional community composition of grassland butterflies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.54cd3
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