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Elena Kazakou, Cyrille Violle, Catherine Roumet, Marie-Laure Navas, Denis Vile, Jens Kattge and Eric Garnier Are trait-based species rankings consistent across data sets and spatial scales? Journal of Vegetation Science 25

Article first published online: 2 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12066

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Fig. The three data sets used in the present study. We tested if the magnitude of intraspecific variability of co-occurring species was lower than interspecific variability for a given trait by combining different approaches commonly used in functional ecology - i.e., experimental data, field observations and extraction of data from a global database. We found that interspecific variability was greater than intraspecific variability and species ranking was conserved across different datasets and spatial scales.

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