Bolivian Amazon lowland fish metacommunity data

This dataset represents metadata from the paper Yunoki, T. and Torres, L. V. (2015): The role of water chemistry, connectivity and piscivory for ecological and evolutionary process structuring a fish metacommunity in the Bolivian Amazonian lowland. This study documents the spatial dynamics of fish metacommunity based on the dataset of 65 sites in two geographic patches of transparent black and clear waters of the Amazonian Manuripi and Itenez Rivers, which are separated by river valleys with turbid waters originating in the Andes and the savanna.

More information on this dataset can be found in the Freshwater Metadatabase - BFE_105 (

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Last Updated June 23, 2017, 14:46 (UTC)
Created June 23, 2017, 14:46 (UTC)
Access constraints no limitations
Bbox east long -62.76
Bbox north lat -11.14
Bbox south lat -15.90
Bbox west long -69.01
Dataset language eng
Dataset reference date 2015-01-01
Dataset reference type publication
Guid BFE_105
Licence no conditions apply
Metadata date 2015-12-17
Metadata language eng
Resource type dataset
Responsible party Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
Responsible party role Principal Investigator
Spatial data type Polygon
Spatial harvester true
Temporal extent begin 2001-01-01T00:00:00
Temporal extent end 2007-12-31T00:00:00
Topic category biota, inlandWaters
harvest_object_id 55b079de-d48f-4c6c-ac13-375ead114ff3
harvest_source_id 65f99de1-ecac-4e1d-9081-b5dcd8eedffd
harvest_source_title fip-mdb

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