Species richness and trait composition of butterfly assemblages change along an altitudinal gradient

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Species richness patterns along altitudinal gradients are well-documented ecological phenomena, yet very little data are available on how environmental filtering processes influence the composition and traits of butterfly assemblages at high altitudes. We have studied the diversity patterns of butterfly species at 34 sites along an altitudinal gradient… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-014-2917-7

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@article{Leingrtner2014SpeciesRA, title={Species richness and trait composition of butterfly assemblages change along an altitudinal gradient}, author={Annette Leing{\"a}rtner and Jochen Krauss and Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter}, journal={Oecologia}, year={2014}, volume={175}, pages={613-623} }