Data from: The role of temperature and dispersal in moss-microarthropod community assembly after a catastrophic event

 

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Title Morphospecies abundance per moss patch & species information
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Description Please note file has multiple worksheets. Moss patches (Dicranoloma sp.) were collected in the Yarra Ranges National Park, Victoria, Australia (37°29'13"S, 145°49'59"E, 800 m, permit 10004595 of the Department of Sustainability and Environment, State Government of Victoria). Moss patches were subjected to Tullgren funnel extraction. Microarthropods (< 2 mm) were sorted to morphospecies on the basis of morphological features. See paper for details.
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Perdomo G, Sunnucks P, Thompson RM (2012) The role of temperature and dispersal in moss-microarthropod community assembly after a catastrophic event. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367(1605): 3042-3049. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2012.0241

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Perdomo G, Sunnucks P, Thompson RM (2012) Data from: The role of temperature and dispersal in moss-microarthropod community assembly after a catastrophic event. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.59gp4
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