rec12093-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document259KFigure S1. Typical understorey structure in the plantations of the five studied exotic species Eucalyptus saligna (E), Pinus patula (P), Acacia mearnsii (A), Cupressus lusitanica (C), Grevillea robusta (G), and in an undisturbed indigenous forest relicts (U) in Taita Hills, Kenya. Note the large number of Eucalyptus seedlings and saplings in E, the disturbance-tolerant palm Phoenix reclinata in P, and the regeneration of the late-successional Craibia zimmermannii in G and U (seedling bank).
rec12093-sup-0002-TableS1.pdfPDF document161KTable S1. Relative proportion (%) of seedlings observed in plantations of Pinus (P), Cupressus (C), Eucalyptus (E), Acacia (A), and Grevillea (G) in the Afromontane forest of Taita Hills, Kenya. Species traits are given for each species: plant origin (PL), fruit type (FR), dispersal (DI), shade tolerance (SH), and successional stage (SU).

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