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Biodiversity correlation between habitats. The symmetric plot was used to show the association of biodiversity between paired
habitats. The size and the redness of the circle represent the degree of correlation.
Large size and deep redness indicate strong correlation. The large red circles on
the diagonal line represent self-comparisons. Proximal habitats have similar alpha
and beta diversity. (A) Alpha diversity association. The association of bacterial richness of different
habitats from the same individuals is expressed by the Spearman correlation coefficient.
(B) Beta diversity association. Mantel correlation was used to compare the Bray-Curtis
dissimilarity matrix.
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