Community Structure in Water-filled Tree Holes of Panama : Effects of Hole Height and Size

@inproceedings{Yanoviak2005CommunitySI,
  title={Community Structure in Water-filled Tree Holes of Panama : Effects of Hole Height and Size},
  author={Stephen P Yanoviak},
  year={2005}
}
Abiotic conditions differ from canopy to understory in rain forests. Many taxa are more diverse or abundant in the canopy and/or have vertically stratified species distributions. Water-filled tree holes are common aquatic habitats in many neotropical forests, yet little is known of factors influencing their biodiversity. I compared community parameters (species richness, abundance and composition) of tree hole macroorganisms at different heights (canopy, midstory, understory) in the forest of… CONTINUE READING

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