Flowering and fruiting phenology in the coastal shrublands of Doñana, south Spain

@article{Herrera2004FloweringAF,
  title={Flowering and fruiting phenology in the coastal shrublands of Do{\~n}ana, south Spain},
  author={Javier Villegas Herrera},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={68},
  pages={91-98}
}
Flowering and fruiting phenological patterns at the individual-, population-, and community level were studied in a southern Spanish scrub community composed of 30 shrub species. Few individuals of any species produced a high number of flowers. Intrapopulation deviation in the peak time of flowering showed a strong and positive skewness. Relative flowering duration, however, displayed a virtually normal distribution. Generally, species flowering in spring have a short flowering time, while… CONTINUE READING
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