Data from: Commonness, rarity and oligarchies of woody plants in the tropical dry forests of Mexico

John N. Williams, Irma Trejo & Mark W. Schwartz
We assessed woody plant communities in two widely separated forests in the tropical dry forest (TDF) biome of Mexico for evidence of similar patterns of species commonness and rarity. We used belt transects laid out along contour lines (i.e., constant elevation) and stratified across elevation gradients at sites in Jalisco and Oaxaca to sample woody plant species diversity, abundance, relative frequency and basal area. We assembled a combined species list and compared species found in...
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