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Fig. 3

From: Sexual specialization in phenology in dioecious Ficus benguetensis and its consequences for the mutualism

Fig. 3

Fig production and yield by locations in 2012. The upper pie charts show the proportions of estimated fig yields from different tree positions and sexes. The lower column charts show the mean and standard variation of the fig numbers counted on sampled tree positions. Male trees produced no figs on twigs. Fig production on the trunk of male trees was significantly higher than that on the trunk of female trees. Fig production by male and female trees was significantly different between positions (Mann–Whitney U test for males: P < 0.001 and Kruskal–Wallis test for females: P < 0.05)

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