Supplementary material from \"Abundance-dependent effects of neighbourhood dissimilarity and growth rank reversal in a neotropical forest\"

, María Natalia Umaña, María Uriarte &
Why tropical forests harbour an exceptional number of species with striking differences in abundances remains an open question. We propose a theoretical framework to address this question in which rare species may have different extirpation risks depending on species ranks in tree growth and sensitivities to neighbourhood interactions. To evaluate the framework, we studied tree growth and its responses to neighbourhood dissimilarity (ND) in traits and phylogeny for 146 species in a neotropical forest. We...
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