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Figure S1. Cross-species (a) and phylogenetically independent contrast (b) correlations between vessel diameter and vessel density across 40 tropical tree species.

Figure S2. Relationships between potential hydraulic conductivity (Kp) vs. vessel fraction (VF), vessel density (VD) and vessel diameter (D) for 40 tropical tree species.

Figure S3. Relationships between wood density and potential hydraulic conductivity (Kp), vessel fraction (VF), vessel density (VD) and vessel diameter (D) for 40 tropical tree species.

Figure S4. Cross-species and phylogenetically independent contrast correlations between growth rate and adult stature across 40 tropical tree species.

Table S1. List of wood density, wood anatomical and mechanical traits of 40 tropical tree species.

Table S2. Plots information for growth data.

Table S3. List of growth rate, adult stature and their calculation information for 40 tropical tree species.

Table S4. Statistics of the seven traits of 40 tropical tree species, as well as different successional stages (early- or late-successional).

Table S5. Eigenvalues and factor loadings of conventional and phylogenetic principal component analysis on seven traits of 40 tropical tree species.

Table S6. Pearson’s correlation coefficients among xylem traits, growth rate and adult stature within different groups of successional stages.

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