Data from: Wildlife differentially affect tree and liana regeneration in a tropical forest: an 18‐yr study of experimental terrestrial defaunation versus artificially abundant herbivores

Matthew S. Luskin, Kalan Ickes, Tze Leong Yao & Stuart J. Davies
1. Hunting and land use change modify herbivore abundances and cause cascading effects in natural ecosystems. The outcomes for vegetation depend on changes to specific plant-animal interactions, such as seed dispersal or predation, or physical disturbances. 2. We experimentally manipulated wildlife populations in a primary lowland forest in Malaysia over an 18-yr period (1996-2014) to understand how artificially high or low densities of terrestrial wildlife affects tree and liana regeneration. Our study site retains a...
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