Data from: Competition and facilitation determine dwarf mistletoe infection dynamics

Mónica E. Queijeiro-Bolaños, Edgar Javier González, Carlos Martorell & Zenón Cano-Santana
1. Interspecific interactions have a fundamental role in plant population dynamics, as they may set the conditions for species coexistence. Parasitic plants, like dwarf mistletoes, offer the opportunity to study competition for resources that are different from those consumed by most plants, allowing for a better understanding of the interaction. 2. We explored how interspecific interactions between two dwarf mistletoe species (Arceuthobium), co-infecting the same host species (even sharing the same individual tree of Pinus...
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