Data from: Recurrent fruit harvesting reduces seedling density but increases the frequency of clonal reproduction in a tropical tree

Gaoue OG, Gado C, Natta AK, Kouagou M

Date Published: July 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h58kg

 

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Title Data 2: Individual Demography of Pentadesma butyraceae in Benin
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Description Data 2: This data set includes dbh, total height, trunk height, number of fruits, distance to river bed data for 482 Pentadesma butyraceae trees in 18 populations in Benin, West Africa distributed across two climatic regions. For each of these individual trees, we also added fruit harvesting intensity at the plot level, the gallery forest width and river width.
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Title Data 1: Seedling and adult Density and Basal Area for Pentadesma
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Description Data 1: Population density and basal area data for 18 Pentadesma butyraceae populations in Benin, West Africa This data set includes for each plot in each of the 18 populations of Pentadesma butyraceae in Benin, seedling, clonal and adult densities, and population level fruit harvesting intensity and gallery forest width.
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