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Habitat fragmentation causes immediate and time-delayed biodiversity loss at different trophic levels
Version of Record online: 24 MAR 2010
© 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd/CNRS
Volume 13, Issue 5, pages 597–605, May 2010
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Krauss, J., Bommarco, R., Guardiola, M., Heikkinen, R. K., Helm, A., Kuussaari, M., Lindborg, R., Öckinger, E., Pärtel, M., Pino, J., Pöyry, J., Raatikainen, K. M., Sang, A., Stefanescu, C., Teder, T., Zobel, M. and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2010), Habitat fragmentation causes immediate and time-delayed biodiversity loss at different trophic levels. Ecology Letters, 13: 597–605. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2010.01457.x
- Issue online: 16 APR 2010
- Version of Record online: 24 MAR 2010
- Editor, Ferenc Jordan Manuscript received 21 October 2009 First decision made 17 November 2009 Manuscript accepted 14 January 2010
Figure S1 Effects of past and current patch area and past and current landscape area on specialized vascular plant species richness in five European countries (regression lines are only shown, when significantly positive (P < 0.05); best country model in box, see Table S6a).
Figure S2 Effects of past and current patch area and past and current landscape area on specialized butterfly species richness in five European countries (regression lines are only shown, when significantly positive (P < 0.05); best country model in box, see Table S6b).
Table S1 Habitat and landscape characteristics of semi-natural grasslands in five European countries.
Table S2 Pearson correlations between the response variables of specialized vascular plant species richness and specialized butterfly species richness and between the explanatory variables in the five study countries.
Table S3 Grassland specialized plant species recorded in this study.
Table S4 Grassland specialized butterfly species recorded in this study.
Table S5 Importance of past and current explanatory variables in predicting species richness of (a) plants and (b) butterflies with country and slope of current patch area as random factors.
Table S6 AICc sums for each country and each explanatory variable separately for (a) plants and (b) butterflies.
Appendix S1 Supporting text (study sites in different countries; biodiversity surveys in different countries; additional analyses; references).
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