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Local maladaptation in a foundation tree species: implications for restoration. Part 2; growth

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Gellie, N. J. C. ; Breed, M. F. ; Thurgate, N. ; Kennedy, S. A. ; Lowe, A. J.
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We established a common garden experiment within a 238 ha restoration site owned and managed by the South Australian Water Corporation (SA Water), near the township of Clarendon (-35.0882°S, 138.6236°E). We grew ca. 1500 seedlings sourced from one local and two non-local provenances of Eucalyptus leucoxylon to test whether local provenancing was appropriate. The three provenances spanned an aridity gradient, with the local provenance sourced from the most mesic area and the distant provenance sourced from the most arid. We explored the effect of provenance on four fitness proxies after 15 months, including survival, above-ground height, susceptibility to insect herbivory, and pathogen related stress.

Date Submitted : 2016-09-29

Date Accepted : 2016-09-29

Data time period: 2013-11-01 to 2013-12-31

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139.13518,-35.02803 139.13518,-35.20215 138.65865,-35.20215 138.65865,-35.02803 139.13518,-35.02803

138.896915,-35.11509

text: common garden 238ha (-35.0882°S, 138.6236°E). provenance selection local ca.5km (-35.1043°S, 138.6901°E) intermediate ca.20km (-35.1612°S, 138.8517°E) distant ca. 45km (-35.1178°S, 139.1295°E)

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  • Local : aekos.org.au/collection/shared/269982