Data from: Flexible drought deciduousness in a neotropical understory herb

Julia Harenčár
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Adaptive divergence across environmental gradients is a key driver of speciation. Precipitation seasonality gradients are common in the tropics, yet drought adaptation is almost entirely unexplored in neotropical understory herbs. We examine two recently diverged neotropical spiral ginger species, one adapted to seasonal drought and one reliant on perennial water, to uncover physiological and life history traits involved in drought adaptation. METHODS: We combine ecophysiological trait measurements in the field and...
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