Data from: Environmental and evolutionary drivers of diversity patterns in the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) across China

Mide Rao, Manuel J. Steinbauer, Xiaoguo Xiang, Minggang Zhang, Xiangcheng Mi, Jin-Tun Zhang, Keping Ma, Jens-Christian Svenning & Jintun Zhang
Subtropical forest is recognized as an important global vegetation type with high levels of plant species richness. However, the mechanisms underlying its diversity remain poorly understood. Here, we assessed the roles of environmental drivers and evolutionary dynamics (time-for-speciation and diversification rate) in shaping species richness patterns across China for a major subtropical plant group, the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) (145 species), at several taxonomic scales. To this end, we assessed the relationships between species richness,...
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