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TABLE S1. Characteristics of sites and methods used in liana studies at each site. Density is mean number of lianas per ha. BA is basal area (m2&sol;ha). Alt. is mean altitude (m asl) of plots within each site. MAP is mean annual precipitation (mm&sol;yr). DSL is the number of months of dry season (< 100 mm&sol;mo). Area sampled is total number of ha sampled across studies at each site. G&sol;R denotes whether only one individual per apparent genet (G) or all ramets (R) were enumerated in each study. POM is the point of diameter measurement for each study (20 = 20 cm from roots; 130R = 130 cm from roots; 130G = 130 cm perpendicular from ground; L = largest point devoid of stem abnormalities). C&sol;R denotes whether all lianas crossing a plane at 130 cm above the ground (C) or only lianas rooted within the plot (R) were enumerated. Source denotes the citation for each study. For references, see main manuscript text.

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