Long-term flowering phenology and abundance data at Gothic, Colorado

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Description: Flowering abundance and phenology data collected by David Inouye at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in Gothic Colorado, 1973-2019 (ongoing).


Prof. David Inouye has been collecting data on the abundance and timing of flowers that fall within permanent plots at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL), in Gothic, Colorado, USA, from 1973 to present. During the growing season, flowers of each species are counted approximately every other day, though in some years the start and/or end of flowering were missed, and data were not coll...


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