Data from: Species’ traits explain differences in Red list status and long-term population trends in longhorn beetles

 

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Title Species' traits, trend and red list data for longhorn beetles, Sweden
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Description Data set of species' traits for longhorn beetles living in Sweden along with estimates of long-term population trends covering 1920 to 2000 and regional 2010 IUCN red list classifications. The data has been used to study the relationship between species' traits and two aspects of extinction risk (long-term trends and red list classification). The information of species traits are compiled from published sources, and mainly describe information relevant for cerambycid species in Nordic conditions. For further information see the attached metafile.
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Jeppsson T, Forslund P (2014) Species’ traits explain differences in Red list status and long-term population trends in longhorn beetles. Animal Conservation 17(4): 332-341. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/acv.12099

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Jeppsson T, Forslund P (2014) Data from: Species’ traits explain differences in Red list status and long-term population trends in longhorn beetles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jr3kh
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