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Table 1 The dominant tree species and their respective relative frequency of occurrence (FO), abundance (RA), and importance values (RI)

From: Foraging dispersion of Ryukyu flying-foxes and relationships with fig abundance in East-Asian subtropical island forests

Species (Family) FO RA RI
Bischofia javanica (Euphorbiaceae)* 1.8120 1.6117 1.7115
Clerodendrum trichotomum (Verbenaceae) 2.0713 0.89 1.4822
Diospyros maritima (Ebenaceae)* 2.0713 1.01 1.5421
Elaeocarpus sylvestris (Elaeocarpaceae)* 2.0713 1.1922 1.6319
Ficus benguetensis (Moraceae)* 2.0713 1.3120 1.6916
F. septica (Moraceae)* 2.845 3.3310 3.0910
F. variegata (Moraceae)* 3.101 6.374 4.734
F. virgate (Moraceae)* 2.0713 1.2521 1.6618
Fraxinus formosana (Oleaceae) 2.845 3.399 3.129
Leucaena leucocephala (Mimosaceae) 2.845 3.758 3.308
Macaranga tanarius (Euphorbiaceae)* 3.101 6.603 4.853
Mallotus japonicus (Euphorbiaceae) 3.101 4.117 3.606
Melanolepis multiglandulosa (Euphorbiaceae)* 2.845 4.526 3.685
Melia azedarach (Meliaceae)* 1.29 1.9613 1.6319
Pinus luchuensis (Pinaceae) 2.0713 8.631 5.351
Rhus succedanea (Anacardiaceae)* 3.101 7.202 5.152
Schefflera octophylla (Araliaceae)* 2.589 1.9014 2.2412
Schima superba (Theaceae)* 0.78 2.5611 1.6717
Styrax japonica (Styracaceae) 2.589 2.5611 2.5711
Trema oreintalis (Ulmaceae)* 2.3311 1.9014 2.1213
Trochodendron aralioides (Trochodendraceae) 2.3311 4.645 3.487
Turpinia ternata (Staphyleaceae)* 2.0713 1.4918 1.7814
  1. Superscript values indicate respective ranking
  2. * Food plants of Ryukyu flying-foxes [17, 53]