Data from: Resource specialists lead local insect community turnover associated with temperature – analysis of an 18-year full-seasonal record of moths and beetles

Thomsen PF, Jørgensen PS, Bruun HH, Pedersen J, Riis-Nielsen T, Jonko K, Słowińska I, Rahbek C, Karsholt O

Date Published: November 3, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s4945

 

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Description This file contains the raw data from the light trapping study ordered by: order (Lepidoptera/Coleoptera), family, name (species), year, date1 (start), date2 (end) and no. individuals
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Thomsen PF, Jørgensen PS, Bruun HH, Pedersen J, Riis-Nielsen T, Jonko K, Słowińska I, Rahbek C, Karsholt O (2016) Resource specialists lead local insect community turnover associated with temperature – analysis of an 18-year full-seasonal record of moths and beetles. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(1): 251–261. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12452

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Thomsen PF, Jørgensen PS, Bruun HH, Pedersen J, Riis-Nielsen T, Jonko K, Słowińska I, Rahbek C, Karsholt O (2015) Data from: Resource specialists lead local insect community turnover associated with temperature – analysis of an 18-year full-seasonal record of moths and beetles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s4945
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