Data from: Plant life history traits rather than soil legacies determine colonisation of soil patches in a multi-species grassland

, Nyncke J. Hoekstra, Hannie De Caluwe, Peter M. J. M. Cruijsen, Eric J. W. Visser & Hans De Kroon
Interactions between plants and soil biota are increasingly shown to play critical roles in plant species co-existence processes. Plant species co-existence is thought to be promoted via biotic legacies that plant species leave behind in the soil after a plant disappears. These soil legacies are hypothesised to supress colonisation success when the preceding plant is of the same species, that is, when a plant species encounters its own, species-specific soil antagonists. However, colonisation of vacant...
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