Data from: Functional homogenization of flower visitor communities with urbanization

Deguines N, Julliard R, de Flores M, Fontaine C

Date Published: February 26, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t5145

 

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Title Flower visitor communities data
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Description This table provide the data of the 1606 flower visitors communities analysed as described in the main text of the manuscript. Field “collection_id” is a unique ID number for each flower visitor community; field “long” and “lat” provide longitude and latitude of the site sampled. Field “volunteer_id” gives a unique ID number for each volunteer observing data. Field “prop_ins_withCSI” gives, for each flower visitor community, the proportion of insect that were available for the calculation of the CSI (i.e. for each collection, the proportion of insects with a defined specialisation index). Field “prop_urban_1km” is the proportion of urban areas within 1km of the sampling sites. Fields “richness_flovis” and “CSI_flovis” are respectively the richness and the Community Specialisation Index of the flower visitor communities.
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Title Deguines et al 2016_Coldata
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Description This table provide the data of the 677 Coleoptera communities analysed as described in Appendix 1. Field “collection_id” is a unique ID number for each Coleoptera community; field “long” and “lat” provide longitude and latitude of the site sampled. Field “volunteer_id” gives a unique ID number for each volunteer observing data. Field “prop_Col_withCSI” gives, for each Coleoptera community, the proportion of insect that were available for the calculation of the CSI (i.e. for each collection, the proportion of insects with a defined specialisation index). Field “prop_urban_1km” is the proportion of urban areas within 1km of the sampling sites. Fields “richness_Col” and “CSI_Col” are respectively the richness and the Community Specialisation Index of the Coleoptera communities.
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Title Deguines et al 2016_Dipdata
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Description This table provide the data of the 843 Diptera communities analysed as described in Appendix 1. Field “collection_id” is a unique ID number for each Diptera community; field “long” and “lat” provide longitude and latitude of the site sampled. Field “volunteer_id” gives a unique ID number for each volunteer observing data. Field “prop_Dip_withCSI” gives, for each Diptera community, the proportion of insect that were available for the calculation of the CSI (i.e. for each collection, the proportion of insects with a defined specialisation index). Field “prop_urban_1km” is the proportion of urban areas within 1km of the sampling sites. Fields “richness_Dip” and “CSI_Dip” are respectively the richness and the Community Specialisation Index of the Diptera communities.
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Title Deguines et al 2016_Hymdata
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Description This table provide the data of the 1159 Hymenoptera communities analysed as described in Appendix 1. Field “collection_id” is a unique ID number for each Hymenoptera community; field “long” and “lat” provide longitude and latitude of the site sampled. Field “volunteer_id” gives a unique ID number for each volunteer observing data. Field “prop_Hym_withCSI” gives, for each Hymenoptera community, the proportion of insect that were available for the calculation of the CSI (i.e. for each collection, the proportion of insects with a defined specialisation index). Field “prop_urban_1km” is the proportion of urban areas within 1km of the sampling sites. Fields “richness_Hym” and “CSI_Hym” are respectively the richness and the Community Specialisation Index of the Hymenoptera communities.
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Title Deguines et al 2016_Lepdata
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Description This table provide the data of the 337 Lepidoptera communities analysed as described in Appendix 1. Field “collection_id” is a unique ID number for each Lepidoptera community; field “long” and “lat” provide longitude and latitude of the site sampled. Field “volunteer_id” gives a unique ID number for each volunteer observing data. Field “prop_Lep_withCSI” gives, for each Lepidoptera community, the proportion of insect that were available for the calculation of the CSI (i.e. for each collection, the proportion of insects with a defined specialisation index). Field “prop_urban_1km” is the proportion of urban areas within 1km of the sampling sites. Fields “richness_Lep” and “CSI_Lep” are respectively the richness and the Community Specialisation Index of the Lepidoptera communities.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Deguines N, Julliard R, de Flores M, Fontaine C (2016) Functional homogenization of flower visitor communities with urbanization. Ecology and Evolution 6(7): 1967–1976. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2009

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Deguines N, Julliard R, de Flores M, Fontaine C (2016) Data from: Functional homogenization of flower visitor communities with urbanization. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t5145
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