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Pollen dispersal distances for a conifer canopy species in the Knysna Forest


, : Pollen dispersal distances for a conifer canopy species in the Knysna Forest. South African Journal of Botany 55(6): 662-663

The dioecious anemophilous species Podocarpus falcatus is infrequent in the species-rich Knysna Forest. A study of all individuals >100 mm d.b.h. in a 22.7-ha area revealed 'fruits' below female trees located up to 70 m away from male trees.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0254-6299(16)31137-1

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