In a scientific abstract, I have a sentence like this:
Yet, numerous capture-mark-recapture data sets, across wide taxonomic range, feature transient individuals.
I want to emphasize that there are numerous capture-mark-recapture data sets, and that they all together cover a wide taxonomic range. Not each one of them; each of those data sets is covering only few very specific taxa; but all together they cover the wide taxonomic range. I don't want the expression to be too ambiguous in this direction.
Is this sentence correct and unambiguous, or could it be written better? It shouldn't be much longer since I am very close to the word limit.
EDIT: would this one be better?
Yet, numerous capture-mark-recapture data sets, from a wide taxonomic range, feature transient individuals.