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FIGURE 6.4 Log–log relationships between the mean distance to the nth nearest conspecific neighbor of a focal plant and the rank of nearest neighbor, for two arbitrarily chosen BCI tree species. (a) Alseis blackiana (Rubiaceae), stems >1 cm DBH; Y = 0.5589 + 0.5419X, R2 = 0.999944. (b) A. blackiana (Rubiaceae), stems >20 cm DBH; Y = 1.2137 + 0.5514X, R2 = 0.999376. (c) Beilschmiedia pendula (Lauraceae), stems >1 cm DBH; Y = 0.7472 + 0.5608X, R2 = 0.99951. (d) B. pendula (Lauraceae), stems > 20 cm DBH; Y = 1.3328 + 0.5706X, R2 = 0.999638. (e) Distribution of slopes of the log–log relationship between the mean distance to the nth nearest conspecific neighbor of a focal plant and the rank of nearest neighbor for the 155 tree species on BCI with abundances >102. (f) Distribution of intercepts for the same relationship.

FIGURE 6.4 Log–log relationships between the mean distance to the nth nearest conspecific neighbor of a focal plant and the rank of nearest neighbor, for two arbitrarily chosen BCI tree species. (a) Alseis blackiana (Rubiaceae), stems >1 cm DBH; Y = 0.5589 + 0.5419X, R2 = 0.999944. (b) A. blackiana (Rubiaceae), stems >20 cm DBH; Y = 1.2137 + 0.5514X, R2 = 0.999376. (c) Beilschmiedia pendula (Lauraceae), stems >1 cm DBH; Y = 0.7472 + 0.5608X, R2 = 0.99951. (d) B. pendula (Lauraceae), stems > 20 cm DBH; Y = 1.3328 + 0.5706X, R2 = 0.999638. (e) Distribution of slopes of the log–log relationship between the mean distance to the nth nearest conspecific neighbor of a focal plant and the rank of nearest neighbor for the 155 tree species on BCI with abundances >102. (f) Distribution of intercepts for the same relationship.



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