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Diversity, Volume 10, Issue 1 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Mangroves frequently experience severe disturbances by storms, but, in most cases, they are able to [...] Read more. Mangroves frequently experience severe disturbances by storms, but, in most cases, they are able to regenerate. How regeneration proceeds is still a matter of debate: does it follow a true auto-succession resulting in exactly the same set of species present prior to the disturbance, or do different trajectories of regeneration exist? A case study on the Honduran island of Guanaja supports the latter point of view. View this paper.