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Figure S1. Changes in basal area over time in unfenced and fenced plots for the 15 native and 2 alien species with the highest basal areas in Mahanaloa Gulch (Aleumol=Aleurites moluccana [Euphorbiaceae]; Psidcat=Psidium cattleianum [Myrtaceae]; Antipla=Antidesma platyphyllum [Phyllanthaceae]; Dioshil= Diospyros hillebrandii [Ebenaceae]; Diossand=Di. sandwicensis [Ebenaceae]; Dodovis=Dodonaea viscosa [Sapindaceae]; Psydodo=Psydrax odorata [Rubiaceae]; Meliova=Melicope ovata [Rutaceae]; Elaebif=Elaeocarpus bifidus [Elaeocarpaceae], Euphhae=Euphorbia haeleeleana [Euphorbiaceae]; Kaduaaf- Kadua affine [Rubiaceae]; Metrpol=Metrosideros polymorpha [Myrtaceae]; Pisosan= Pisonia sandwicensis [Nyctaginaceae], Pleoaur=Pleomele aurea [Ruscaceae], Tetrakav=Tetraplasandra kavaiensis [Araliaceae]; Myrslan=Myrsine lanaiensis [Myrsinaceae]; Nestsand=Nestegis sandwicensis [Oleaceae]). Basal area was calculated as cm2/m2 for individuals of these species with measurable dbh occurring at 16 sampling points. SEs are based on the five plots occurring in each treatment (fenced vs. unfenced plots). Note that the scale of the y axes varies.

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