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Table 2 The timetable of selling mushrooms, minority and the average number of vendors with different gender in markets in three years

From: Ethnomycological study on wild mushrooms in Pu’er Prefecture, Southwest Yunnan, China

Markets’ name Type of market1 Business Hours Ethnic groups July August September October
Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male
Wuyi, Pu’er market EM 2 p.m–6 p.m Hani, Yi, Lahu 47 19 172 56 141 46 14 9
Lancang street EM 7 a.m–12 p.m on Sunday Lahu, Hani, Yi 44 17 93 25 183 56 55 15
Mojiang market EM 1 p.m–4 p.m Hani, Yi 10 2 67 37 15 8 4 1
Ning’er market MM 2 p.m–5 p.m Yi, Hani 17 5 49 13 51 27 26 10
Menglian market MM 7 a.m–11 a.m every five days Lahu, Dai, Wa 3 2 8 2 23 5 10 4
Ximeng market MM 4 p.m–8 p.m Wa, Lahu, Dai 2 1 2 8 41 7 10 3
No name SS2 1 pm–5 p.m  ×   ×   ×   ×   ×   ×   ×   ×   × 
  1. 1Type of markets. EM is established market, MM is mobile market, SS is street-stall
  2. 2Street-stalls beside county highways or village roads. We only recorded information about business time because of strong mobility