Seed rain into upland plant communities in Hong Kong, China

@article{Au2006SeedRI,
  title={Seed rain into upland plant communities in Hong Kong, China},
  author={A. Au and R. Corlett and B. C. Hau},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={186},
  pages={13-22}
}
AbstractHong Kong is an extreme example of tropical landscape degradation, with no substantial remnants of the original forest cover and a highly impoverished disperser fauna. Seed availability is a potential limiting factor in vegetation recovery in such landscapes. To assess the quantity and quality of the seed rain of woody taxa, seed traps were placed in the major upland vegetation types: fire-maintained grassland, shrubland, and secondary forest. Within the grassland site, traps were… Expand

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