Patchiness of forest landscape can predict species distribution better than abundance: the case of a forest-dwelling passerine, the short-toed treecreeper, in central Italy.

Published: 11-08-2016| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/p2z6rtcf8j.2
Contributors:
Marco Basile,
Francesco Valerio,
Rosario Balestrieri,
mario posillico,
Rodolfo Bucci,
Tiziana Altea,
Bruno De Cinti,
Giorgio Matteucci

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The two datasets have been used to perform the analysis in the paper 'Patchiness of forest landscape can predict species distribution better than abundance: the case of a forest-dwelling passerine, the short-toed treecreeper, in central Italy.' published by PeerJ journal.

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