Data from: Local-scale tree and shrub diversity improves pollination services to shea trees in tropical West African parklands

Aoife Delaney, Assita Dembele, Issa Nombre, Franck Gnane Lirasse, Elaine Marshall, Adama Nana, Juliet Vickery, Cath Tayleur & Jane Stout
Shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) trees bear fruit and seeds of considerable economic, nutritional and cultural value in the African Sudano-Sahelian zone. In much of West Africa, shea exists within an agroforestry system referred to as “Parkland”, where social changes, including migration, have resulted in expanding areas of crop cultivation, reductions in both the area of fallow land and the duration of fallow periods, and reduced diversity of habitats and woody species. Shea benefits strongly from pollination...
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