Role of past and present landscape structure in determining epiphyte richness in fragmented Mediterranean forests

@article{Cards2018RoleOP,
  title={Role of past and present landscape structure in determining epiphyte richness in fragmented Mediterranean forests},
  author={Juan Luis H. Card{\'o}s and Isabel Mart{\'i}nez and G. A. Becerill Aragon and Christopher James Ellis},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={1757-1768}
}
The anthropocene is characterised by global landscape modification, and the structure of remnant habitats can explain different patterns of species richness. The most pervasive processes of degradation include habitat loss and fragmentation. However, a recovery of modified landscape is occurring in some areas. The main goal is to know how lichen and bryophyte epiphytic richness growing on Mediterranean forests is influenced not only by fragments characteristics but also by the structure of the… CONTINUE READING

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