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deJonge R.B.; McTavish, M.J.; Smith, S.M.; Bourchier, R.S.
Data for deJonge et al. publication "Characterizing an invasion assemblage: first comparison of insect communities on native and introduced subspecies of Phragmites australis in Ontario, Canada". Data are produced from a 2016-2017 survey of 28 geographically paired sites across Ontario, Canada containing introduced Phragmites australis ssp. australis or native Phragmites australis ssp. americanus. The dataset includes for each site basic descriptions of site characteristics (e.g., latitude, stem density), the stem attack rate (% of live stems containing at least one insect) of fourteen insect taxa, and alpha-diversity indices calculated from the attack rates ("FullSiteData" tab). It also includes basic presence and absence data for each taxon across the fourteen sites of each subspecies ("Presence-AbsenceData" tab), and paired differences between native and introduced sites in alpha- and beta-diversity indices, and stem attack rates by taxon ("PairedData(Native-Introduced)" tab).
deJonge et al. - Data.xlsx
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