Abstract: Community assembly of island plants is a central topic in island biogeography. Most previous studies have focused on seed plants, while our understanding of bryophytes is limited. Specifically, how dispersal limitation and habitat heterogeneity shape beta diversity of bryophyte communities on islands remains unknown. We used two datasets of bryophyte communities from an artificial (~60 yr of isolation) and natural archipelago (~8500 yr of isolation) to understand their beta diversity patterns. The null model, … Show more

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