Data from: Priority effects of early successional insects influence late successional fungi in dead wood

Jacobsen RM, Birkemoe T, Sverdrup-Thygeson A

Date Published: October 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jg2k4

 

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Title GLM data for Jacobsen et al Priority effects of early successional insects influence late successional fungi in dead wood
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Description The Fungi data sheet includes, divided by site, presence-absence data from 2013 for the species of fungi analysed in the article (G.applanatum13, P.tremulae13 and B.citrina13), presence-absence data for the fungi registered in 2005 (S.paradoxa05, T.betulina05, C.unicolor05, T.hirsuta05, P.tremulae05), number of sampled individuals during 2002-2005 of wood-boring beetles with preference for deciduous wood in total (Wood-borers) and divided by family (wCerambycidae, wCurculionidae and wPtinidae), of fungivores with a preference for deciduous wood divided by family (fCiidae, fErotylidae, fEndomychidae, fLatridiidae, fLeiodidae, fPtinidae, fStaphylinidae and fNitidulidae), of the single species tested for the article (A.nigripenne, A.humeralis, G.quadripunctatus, G.hortensis) and average percent (0-1) remaining bark on the aspen high stump and log in 2005 (Site_bark). Additionally, site ID, x and y coordinates, habitat type (Open/Closed) and study landscape (Losby/LV) of each site is recorded. The Bark data sheet includes percent bark (0-1) remaining at each highstump and log at each site in 2005, presence-absence data of B.citrina in 2013 for each highstump and log at each site, dead wood object (snag=high stump/log), site ID, x and y coordinates, habitat type (Open/Closed) and study landscape (Losby/LV).
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Jacobsen RM, Birkemoe T, Sverdrup-Thygeson A (2015) Priority effects of early successional insects influence late successional fungi in dead wood. Ecology and Evolution 5(21): 4896–4905. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1751

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Jacobsen RM, Birkemoe T, Sverdrup-Thygeson A (2015) Data from: Priority effects of early successional insects influence late successional fungi in dead wood. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jg2k4
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