Data from: Bitomský et al. (2021). Mycorrhizal status is a poor predictor of the distribution of herbaceous species along the gradient of soil nutrient availability in coastal and grassland habitats. Mycorrhiza

Published: 2 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9rr5dwsf83.1
Contributors:
Martin Bitomský,
,
Hanno Schaefer,
Jitka Klimešová,
Solvita Rūsina,
Zdeňka Lososová,
Pavla Mládková,
Martin Duchoslav

Description

The dataset includes soil, vegetation, phylogenetic and mycorrhizal status data that were used for the paper: Bitomský et al. (2021). Mycorrhizal status is a poor predictor of the distribution of herbaceous species along the gradient of soil nutrient availability in coastal and grassland habitats. Mycorrhiza Data tables in a tab-separated format Phylogenetic trees in a newick format Files: Scottish coastal habitats: SCO_coastal_community_data.txt SCO_coastal_species_data.txt SCO_coastal_phylo_tree.txt Latvian grasslands: LAT_grass_community_data.txt LAT_grass_species_data.txt LAT_grass_phylo_tree.txt Czech mesic grasslands: CZE_mesic_grass_community_data.txt CZE_mesic_grass_species_data.txt CZE_mesic_grass_phylo_tree.txt Czech semi-dry grasslands (three quadrat sizes): CZE_semidry_grass_community_data.txt CZE_semidry_grass_species_data_0.33m_plots.txt CZE_semidry_grass_species_data_0.67m_plots.txt CZE_semidry_grass_species_data_1m_plots.txt CZE_semidry_grass_phylo_tree.txt

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