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Table 3 Number of wood species collected by informants during firewood collection

From: Ethnobotanical knowledge acquisition during daily chores: the firewood collection of pastoral Maasai girls in Southern Kenya

Day Number of collected wood species by each informant (name with age)
Nk (15) Rl (15) Mg (14) Chl (12) Tn (13) Ln (13) Sk (12) Ml (11) Lst (9) Li (9) Tt (6)
1st 3     6 5 9 6 9   
2nd 4      2 4 4    
3rd 3     3 3 1b     
4th      3   3 2    
5th 2     3 3 4 5    
6th 4     3   3 4    
7th      2 4 5 5    
8th *     1b 2 2 3    
9th      1b 2 4 2    
10th       2 4     
11th        5   3   3
12th       1b 3 3    
13th       1b 3 3 5   
14th       2   3    
15th       2 5   2**   
16th 2     2 2 5 2    
17th      4 1b 3 3 4   
18th 5 * 1 a 4 6 * 5 6 *   
19th 6** 2 3 4 7** 2 1a   6** 3  
20th   6 3 3 7 * * 5 4   
21st   3 5 3   4      
  1. N (11) was not listed in this table due to lack of wood species information that she collected
  2. Data from the same 21 days of firewood collection, as listed in Table 2
  3. a: enkorsiyanchoi (Ormocarpum kirkii S.Moore) b: oiti (Acacia mellifera (Vahl) Benth.)
  4. *: the number of wood species was not sufficiently documented
  5. **: only numbers of wood species had been recorded, however, the total amount of collected firewood of the participant during that day was not able to documented, thus had not show in Table 2