Trees’ ‘enemies’ help tropical forests maintain their biodiversity

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Trees' 'enemies' help tropical forests maintain their biodiversity

Scientists have long struggled to explain how tropical forests can maintain their staggering diversity of trees without having a handful of species take over — or having many other species die out. The answer, researchers say, lies in the soil found near individual trees, where natural ‘enemies’ of tree species reside.

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