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Table 2 Mean (± SE) crop size and fig development, maturation, and total fruiting durations per crop-tree of four species of figs (n = tree number, crop number) assessed in HTBG and the comparison examined using Kruskal–Wallis tests

From: Fruiting phenology and nutrient content variation among sympatric figs and the ecological correlates

SpeciesCrop sizeDuration (days)
DevelopmentMaturationFruiting
F. caulocarpa (13, 27)113,283.5 ± 21,481.6a*33.8 ± 1.615.3 ± 1.5a48.8 ± 2.2a
F. subpisocarpa (11, 25)13,057.3 ± 2536.0a,b*31.5 ± 2.712.2 ± 0.9a44.1 ± 3.0a
F. ampelas (9, 43)18,280.1 ± 3543.0a,b*32.8 ± 4.259.0 ± 4.5a*92.9 ± 6.4a*
F. irisana (8, 37)2096.9 ± 579.3ab38.3 ± 3.363.1 ± 4.5a*100.9 ± 5.1a*
  1. A species trait value followed by a letter and asterisks indicates a significant difference from values of other species with the same letter but without an asterisk under the same trait variable, examined by post hoc comparisons following the main test
  2. *p < 0.05