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Are mangroves in the tropical Atlantic ripe for invasion? Exotic mangrove trees in the forests of South Florida

Tables and Figures

Abstract
Introduction
Methods
Results
Discussion
Acknowledgments
References
>Tables and Figures

Tables

Table 1 Mangrove species recorded as being planted at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Table 2 Comparison of the characteristics of ten microsatellite markers of an introduced population sampled at The Kampong and a series of native-range populations of Bruguiera gymnorrhiza from Iriomote Island, Japan

Figures

Fig. 1 Study site locations.

Fig. 2 Location of all trees and saplings of native mangroves and the introduced species Bruguiera gymnorrhiza in the 441 m2 permanent plot at The Kampong.

Fig. 3 Size-frequency distribution of all mangrove seedlings, saplings and trees in the permanent plot at The Kampong.

Fig. 4 Mangrove seedling density in the Kampong plot.

Fig. 5 Size frequency distribution of saplings and trees for stands of Lumnitzera racemosa and native mangroves at FTBG and Matheson Hammock Park.


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