Supplementary material from "Long-term trends in the occupancy of ants revealed through use of multi-sourced datasets"

Posted on 13.10.2021 - 03:00
We combined participatory science data and museum records to understand long-term changes in occupancy for 29 ant species in Denmark over 119 years. Bayesian occupancy modelling indicated the change in occupancy for 15 species: five increased, four declined and six showed fluctuating trends. We consider how trends may have been influenced by life-history and habitat changes. Our results build on an emerging picture that biodiversity change in insects is more complex than implied by the simple insect decline narrative.

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Sheard, Julie K.; Rahbek, Carsten; Dunn, Robert R.; Sanders, Nathan J.; Isaac, Nick J. B. (2021): Supplementary material from "Long-term trends in the occupancy of ants revealed through use of multi-sourced datasets". The Royal Society. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5659178.v1
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Biology Letters

AUTHORS (5)

Julie K. Sheard
Carsten Rahbek
Robert R. Dunn
Nathan J. Sanders
Nick J. B. Isaac

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