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Updated dataset used for the study: A functional analysis reveals extremely low redundancy in global mangrove invertebrate fauna

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posted on 2021-06-11, 01:49 authored by Stefano Cannicci, Shing Yip Lee, Karen Diele
Deforestation results in habitat fragmentation, decreasing diversity and functional degradation. For mangroves, no data are available on the impact of deforestation on the diversity and functionality of the specialized invertebrate fauna, critical for their functioning. This is global dataset of mangrove invertebrate fauna comprising 364 species from 16 locations, classified into 64 Functional Entities (FEs). The dataset was utilised to calculate Taxonomic Distinctness, Functional Richness and Functional Redundancy to assess
functional integrity of mangroves all over the world.


Project: Hong Kong mangroves: where are they now? – Environmental and Conservation Fund, Hong Kong, ECF Project 69/2016.

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC Grant NE/S006990/1)