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Vincent Pellissier, Laurent Bergès, Théodora Nedeltcheva, Marie-Cécile Schmitt, Catherine Avon, Catherine Cluzeau and Jean-Luc Dupouey Understorey plant species show long-range spatial patterns in forest patches according to distance-to-edge Journal of Vegetation Science 24

Version of Record online: 7 JUN 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01435.x

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Periphery-to-core patterns of distribution were detected over much larger ranges (>750 m) than previously recognised for common understory plant species in 1801 forest patches of Northern France. Plant traits differentiated forest-core from forest-periphery species. This deep gradient could be due to the long-term persistence of land-use history and edge displacement following general reforestation since 1830.

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