Abundance data were collected for Lamponius portoricensis from a mixed forest transect and from a palm dominated transect set along an elevational gradient in the Sonadora watershed. Each transect ranged from 300 m to 1000 m in elevation, with elevational strata located at 50 m intervals and 10 plots per stratum. No palm dominated forest could be located at 700 m in the watershed, resulting in 15 strata (150 plots) along the mixed forest transect and 14 strata (140 plots) along the palm forest transect.
The data set includes 3 files that contain abundance data for walking sticks (Lamponius portoricensis) along an elevational gradient within the Sonadora River watershed. Two files (1 and 2) contain data from the mixed forest transect but differ in the year during which they were collected (2007 and 2008). The third file (3) contains data from a palm forest elevational transect from 2008, for which all sites were located in palm dominated forest in the same watershed. Note: Plots at 250 m of elevation were only sampled during 2007, no palm dominated forest could be located at 750 m of elevation; that elevation is omitted from the palm transect.
Additional Project roles:
|Variables Descriptions||Data File||Date Range|
|Walking Stick Palm Elevation 2008||WalkingStickPalmElevation2008.csv||2008-07-07 to 2008-07-25|
|Walking Stick Mixed Elevation 2008||WalkingStickMixedElevation2008.csv||2008-07-07 to 2008-07-25|
|Walking Stick Mixed Elevation 2007||WalkingStickMixedElevation2007.csv||2007-07-11 to 2007-07-28|