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A geographic distribution data set of biodiversity in Italian freshwaters

  • Author(s): Boggero, Angela;
  • Pierri, Cataldo;
  • Alber, Renate;
  • Austoni, Martina;
  • Barbone, Enrico;
  • Bartolozzi, Luca;
  • Bertani, Isabella;
  • Campanaro, Alessandro;
  • Cattaneo, Antonella;
  • Cianferoni, Fabio;
  • Colangelo, Paolo;
  • Corriero, Giuseppe;
  • Dorr, Ambrosius Martin;
  • Elia, A. Concetta;
  • Ficetola, G. Francesco;
  • Fontaneto, Diego;
  • Gaino, Elda;
  • Goretti, Enzo;
  • Kamburska, Lyudmila;
  • La Porta, Gianandrea;
  • Lauceri, Rosaria;
  • Lorenzoni, Massimo;
  • Ludovisi, Alessandro;
  • Manca, Marina;
  • Morabito, Giuseppe;
  • Nonnis Marzano, Francesco;
  • Oggioni, Alessandro;
  • Riccardi, Nicoletta;
  • Rossetti, Giampaolo;
  • Tagliolato, Paolo;
  • Thaler, Bertha;
  • Ungaro, Nicola;
  • Volta, Pietro;
  • Zaupa, Silvia;
  • Rosati, Ilaria;
  • Fiore, Nicola;
  • Basset, Alberto;
  • Marchetto, Aldo
  • et al.
Abstract

We present a data set on the biodiversity of Italian freshwaters, including lakeshores and riverbanks of natural (N=379: springs, streams and lakes) and artificial (N=11: fountains) sites. The data set belongs partly to the Italian Long Term Ecological Research network (LTER-Italy) and partly to LifeWatch, the European e-Science infrastructure for biodiversity and ecosystem research. The data included cover a time period corresponding to the last fifty years (1962-2014). They span a large number of taxa from prokaryotes and unicellular eukaryotes to vertebrates and plants, including taxa linked to the aquatic habitat in at least part of their life cycles (like immature stages of insects, amphibians, birds and vascular plants). The data set consists of 6463 occurrence data and distribution records for 1738 species. The complete data set is available in csv file format via the LifeWatch Service Centre.

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