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DM Evans, DJ Levey… - The 95th ESA Annual …, 2010 - eco.confex.com
This study was conducted in an experimentally fragmented forest at the Savannah River Site
(SRS) in South Carolina. The site consists of eight experimental landscapes; each has five
1.4-hectare habitat patches, with four peripheral patches equidistant from a central patch. ...
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[PDF] from unioviedo.esD García, R Zamora… - Conservation Biology, 2010 - unioviedo.es
Abstract: Seed dispersal by animals is considered a pivotal ecosystem function that drives
plant-community dynamics in natural habitats and vegetation recovery in human-altered
landscapes. Nevertheless, there is a lack of suitable ecological knowledge to develop ...
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[PDF] from ucsb.eduL Pejchar, RM Pringle, J Ranganathan… - Biological …, 2008 - Elsevier
Birds play vital roles as seed dispersers helping to maintain and restore plant communities.
With restoration increasingly key to global conservation, it is important to understand the
landscape attributes and bird community characteristics that most influence avian seed ...
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[PDF] from washington.eduDJ Levey, BM Bolker, JJ Tewksbury, S Sargent… - Science, 2005 - sciencemag.org
... Science 1 July 2005: Vol. 309 no. 5731 pp. 146-148 DOI: 10.1126/science.1111479.
Report. Effects of Landscape Corridors on Seed Dispersal by Birds. ...
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[PDF] from ufl.eduM Uriarte, M Anciães, MTB da Silva, P Rubim… - Ecology, 2011 - Eco Soc America
Seed dispersal is a crucial component of plant population dynamics. Human landscape
modifications, such as habitat destruction and fragmentation, can alter the abundance of
fruiting plants and animal dispersers, foraging rates, vector movement, and the ...
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[PDF] from scielo.clM Salvande, JA Figueroa… - Bosque (Valdivia), 2011 - SciELO Chile
The quantity component of the disperser effectiveness of resident birds during the autumn-winter
period has not yet been detailed in temperate rainforests of South America. In this study, the
potentially frugivorous bird species in the temperate rainforests of southern Chile during ...
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CG Chimera… - Biotropica, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
Dry forests are among the most endangered natural communities in the Hawaiian Islands. Most
have been reduced to isolated trees and small forest fragments in which native tree species reproduce
poorly. The replacement of native birds by introduced generalists may be contributing to ...
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[PDF] from unicamp.brAV Christianini… - Journal of Ecology, 2010 - Wiley Online Library
1Programa de Po´s-Graduac¸ a˜o em Ecologia, Departamento de Biologia Animal, CP 6109,
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 13083-970 Campinas, SP, Brazil; and 2Departamento
de Biologia Animal, CP 6109, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 13083-970 ...
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PG Blendinger, JG Blake… - Oecologia, 2011 - Springer
Abstract This study investigated links between seed production by two species of Miconia
(Melastomataceae), whose seeds are dispersed by birds, and later stages of recruitment in
lowland forests of eastern Ecuador. Seed dispersal and survival in later stages are crucial ...
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RS Gonzales, NR Ingle, DA Lagunzad… - Biotropica, 2009 - Wiley Online Library
In the tropical forests of SE Asia, only a few studies have dealt with the role animal dispersal
plays in early forest succession and rehabilitation, and a comparison of bird and bat dispersal
is even rarer. We investigated seed dispersal by birds and bats in a successional area in ...
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FAF Jacomassa… - Acta Oecologica, 2010 - Elsevier
Although the overlap in fruit diet between birds and bats is low, they sometimes consume
and compete for fruits of the same plant species. What is poorly known is how birds and bats
compare with each other in relation to the effectiveness of seed dispersal. In this paper we ...
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[PDF] from gwdg.deT Lozada, GHJ De Koning, R Marche… - Perspectives in Plant …, 2007 - Elsevier
We used a highly replicated study to examine vegetation characteristics between patches of
intervened forest, abandoned agroforestry systems with coffee and actively managed
agroforestry systems with coffee in a tropical landscape. In all habitats, plant structural ...
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E Figueroa-Esquivel, F Puebla-Olivares… - Biodiversity and …, 2009 - Springer
Abstract This study analyzes dispersal effectiveness of understory birds that feed on fruits of
the tropical tree Dendropanax arboreus in a fragmented forest at Los Tuxtlas, east-central
Mexico. The quantity and quality components of effectiveness were estimated in three ...
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K Kawakami, L Mizusawa… - Ecological research, 2009 - Springer
Abstract The disruption of plant–animal interactions such as seed dispersal is one of the
most critical effects of biological invasions. To understand the role of introduced species in
current seed-dispersal systems, we conducted fecal analyses of the most common ...
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[PDF] from iabin.netCR Gosper, CD Stansbury… - Diversity and Distributions, 2005 - i3n.iabin.net
The ecology of seed dispersal by vertebrates has been investigated extensively over recent
decades, yet only limited research has been conducted on how suites of invasive plants and
frugivorous birds interact. In this review, we examine how plant fruit traits (morphology, ...
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[PDF] from uib.esM Nogales, DP PADILLA, C Nieves… - Journal of …, 2007 - Wiley Online Library
Secondary seed dispersal occurs whenever a seed is dispersed in two or more different dispersal
events, so that different dispersal agents (eg animal frugivores or invertebrates) contribute to
different events. Three secondary seed dispersal systems, in which lizards and predatory ...
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J Rost, P Pons… - Acta Oecologica, 2009 - Elsevier
The recovery of vegetation in Mediterranean ecosystems after wildfire is mostly a result of
direct regeneration, since the same species existing before the fire regenerate on-site by
seeding or resprouting. However, the possibility of plant colonization by dispersal of seeds ...
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SB Adams, PB Hamel, K Connor, B Burke… - Southeastern …, 2007 - BioOne
Abstract Forestiera acuminata (swamp privet) is a common wetland shrub/small tree native
to the southeastern United States. We examined several possible dispersal avenues for the
plant. We tested germination of seeds exposed to various treatments, including passage ...
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Q DENG, Q ZHU… - Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2008 - en.cnki.com.cn
The spatial pattern of naturally regenerated population of Taxus chinensis var. mairei and its
seed dispersal by frugivorous birds in Xianyu Mountain of southern Anhui Province were investigated
from September to December, 2006. The results showed that the naturally regenerated ...
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[PDF] from ufrgs.brB Harter-Marques, R Vicente, R Martins… - Revista Brasileira de …, 2010 - ufrgs.br
ABSTRACT: (Seed dispersal by birds on artificial perches in reclaimed areas after surface coal
mining in Siderópolis munici- pality, Santa Catarina State, Brazil). The Coal Basin of Santa Catarina
state, Brazil, has approximately six thousand hectares of degraded areas due to the ...
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[PDF] from sfsu.eduSB Vander Wall, KM Kuhn… - Oecologia, 2005 - Springer
Abstract Frugivorous birds disperse the seeds of many fruit-bearing plants, but the fate of
seeds after defecation or regurgitation is often unknown. Some rodents gather and scatter
hoard seeds, and some of these may be overlooked, germinate, and establish plants. We ...
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X LI, Y DONG, S XU… - Chinese Journal of Ecology, 2009 - en.cnki.com.cn
From September 2003 to November 2005,an investigation on the seed ingestion and dispersal
of Phoebe hunanensis by birds was conducted in the Spirit Valley forest at the southern foot
of Zhongshan Mountain of Nanjing,Jiangsu Province,East China.Five resident bird ...
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V Lehouck - 2009 - biblio.ugent.be
Tropical forest loss, degradation and isolation are believed to generate long-term effects on species
diversity and composition, community dynamics and ecosystem processes, and are regarded
as a major cause of the current biodiversity crisis. Although there is ample evidence of ...
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[PDF] from cbe-pan.plG Orlowski… - Polish Journal of Ecology, 2009 - pol.j.ecol.cbe-pan.pl
ABSTRACT: The droppings of the Grey Par- tridge Perdix perdix L. wintering on a set-aside field
were found to contain 99.3% of Amaran- thus retroflexus and 0.7% of Chenopodium album seed
coat fragments. A bird consumed on average 3008 (± 95% CL = 2699–3317) weed seeds ...
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[PDF] from 64.92.116.27NR Ingle - Oecologia, 2003 - Springer
In the moist Neotropics, vertebrate frugivores have a much greater role in the dispersal of
forest and successional woody plants than wind, and bats rather than birds play the
dominant role in dispersing early successional species. I investigated whether these ...
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C Moran, CP Catterall, RJ Green… - Oecologia, 2004 - Springer
Seed dispersal plays a critical role in rainforest regeneration patterns, hence loss of avian
seed dispersers in fragmented landscapes may disrupt forest regeneration dynamics. To
predict whether or not a plant will be dispersed in fragmented forests, it is necessary to ...
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S Kitamura - Japanese Journal of Ecology, 2007 - agris.fao.org
Go to AGRIS search. Japanese Journal of Ecology (Jul 2007). Current knowledge and future
issues for frugivory and seed dispersal by animals in Southeast Asia: Special reference to large
frugivorous birds and mammals. Kitamura, S.(Rikkyo Univ., Tokyo (Japan). ...
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X Lu, K Sun, R Ma, H Zhang, X Su… - Frontiers of Biology in China, 2006 - Springer
Abstract Behaviors of 18 species of birds eating fruits of Hippophae rhamnoides spp.
sinensis were observed from September 2003 to March 2004. Their foraging patterns were
found to be very different and can be divided into five classes:(1) direct swallowing the ...
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[HTML] from scielo.sa.crV Souza da Mota Gomes… - Revista de biología …, 2008 - scielo.sa.cr
Abstract: Restingas are considered stressful habitats associated with the Brazilian Atlantic
forest, and their ecological interactions are poorly known. The goal of the present study was to
determine the potential role of frugivorous birds as seed dispersers in a restinga habitat. ...
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RAO Xiao-dong - Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences, 2010 - en.cnki.com.cn
Seed dispersal is a process that seeds leave from the mother trees in some way to reach suitable
habitat,then achieving growth,reproduction,in the end achieving settlement.Seeds achieve to
spread by different means,such as by animals,wind,water and self-diffusion.Among the ...
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R SOLOMON - Current science, 2006 - cat.inist.fr
Gmelina arborea is a dry season bloomer. It produces large, brownish-yellow, bisexual and
zygomorphic nectariferous flowers. The breeding system involves both self- and cross-
pollination, but most of the self-pollinated flowers abort after two weeks of growth. The ...
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[PDF] from unam.mxRA Medellin… - Biotropica, 1999 - Wiley Online Library
ABSTRACT We examined seed dispersal by bats and birds in four habitats of the Selva Lacandona
tropical rain forest region, Cliiapas, Mexico. The four habitats represented a disturbance
gradient: active cornfield, ten-year-old abandoned corn- field, cacao plantation, and ...
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[PDF] from uu.nlJ Wilms… - Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Montane …, 2006 - Springer
Frugivorous birds play an important role in seed dispersal (Levey et al. 2005), especially in the
tropics (Stiles 1985; Guevara et al. 1986; Corlett 1998). Their role in lowland rainforest recovery
on abandoned pastures has been exten- sively documented (Debussche et al. 1982; ...
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R Hirata, K Hata… - Journal of the Japanese Forest Society, 2006 - sciencelinks.jp
Abstract;In order to evaluate the role of frugivorous birds in the dispersal of broad-leaved tree
seeds in a plantation of Japanese cedar, Cryptomeria japonica D. Don, we monitored seed rain
with 120 seed traps distributed over the plantation and an evergreen broad-leaved forest ...
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IJ Renne, SA Gauthreaux Jr… - The American Midland …, 2000 - BioOne
Abstract We used seed traps (n= 119) to quantify seed dispersal of the Chinese tallow tree
(Sapium sebiferum (L.) Roxb.) by birds in South Carolina during the October 1995 to April
1996 fruiting season. We tested if crop size, habitat type (spoil area vs. forest) and tree ...
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MA Pizo… - Biotropica, 2004 - BioOne
ABSTRACT In tropical forests, rodents exert a prominent role as post-dispersal seed
predators, while other vertebrates apparently have a minor effect on seed predation. In some
forest fragments in southeast Brazil, however, the density of rodents is unusually low, ...
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LL Buen… - Biotropica, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
Seed Dispersal of the Mistletoe Psittacanthus schiedeanus by Birds in Central Veracruz,
Mexico' ... Lorena Lopez de Buenz and Juan Francisco Ornelas3 Departamento de Ecologia
y Comportamiento Animal, lnstituto de Ecologia, AC, km 2.5 antigua carretera a ...
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S SATO… - Nippon Seitai Gakkai Taikai Koen Yoshishu, 2006 - sciencelinks.jp
... Birds as seed dispersal agents of Idesia polycarpa in warm-temperate zone in Shikoku
Island, Japan. Accession number;06A0869606. Title;Birds as seed dispersal agents of
Idesia polycarpa in warm-temperate zone in Shikoku Island, Japan. ...
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S Sato… - Appl Forest Sci, 2003 - sciencelinks.jp
Abstract;We studied the mechanism of vegetation recovery after clear-cutting of a matured coniferous
plantation in Kochi prefecture, southwestern Japan. We compared the vegetation, germinable
seeds in the soil and the fauna of mammals and birds before and after clear-cutting of the ...
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B BLEHER… - 2006 - actazool.org
... 2006, 52(Supp. issue 201). Title: S04-4 The role of birds in seed dispersal and its consequences
for forest ecosystems. Authors: Bärbel BLEHER, Katrin BÖHNING-GAESE. PDF [30.0 KB]. This
page has been browsed 1518 times. The paper has been downloaded 581 times. ...
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[PDF] from orientalbirdclub.orgRT Corlett - Forktail, 1998 - orientalbirdclub.org
Faecal samples were collected from birds caught in mist-nets in secondary shrubland during
the winter fruiting peak. Additional records of frugivory came from visual observations of feeding
birds. Forty~two shrub land bird species (22 residents, 20 migrants) ate some fruit and at ...
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S SATO… - Applied Forest Science, 2004 - sciencelinks.jp
Abstract;We observed the fruit foraging process of Angelica tree Aralia elata by frugivorous birds
in a warmtemperate coniferous plantation in order to study the feature of seed dispersal of A.
elata. Three bird species, those were Japanese white-eye Zosterops japonicus, Oriental ...
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LU Xianwen, SUN Kun, MA Ruijun… - Frontiers of Biology …, 2006 - 万方数据资源系统
... 首页 > 学术期刊 > > 2006年3期 > Fruits foraging patterns and seed dispersal effect of
frugivorous birds on Hippophae rhamnoides sinensis. Fruits foraging patterns and seed
dispersal effect of frugivorous birds on Hippophae rhamnoides sinensis. ...
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SG Compton, A Craig… - Journal of Biogeography, 1996 - Wiley Online Library
INTRODUCTION Fig trees (Ficus spp., Moraceae) are a species-rich, largely tropical and subtropical
group of plants. They are pollinated exclusively by host-tree specific fig wasps
(Hymenoptera, Agaonidae), whose larvae destroy a proportion of the developing seeds ( ...
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RJXZZ Chonggui - JOURNAL OF GUIZHOU NORMAL …, 1999 - en.cnki.com.cn
Having collected the seeds of trees or shrub in Maolan karst, and observed birds feed behaviour
and some of their digestive course, we know that a seed fall down itself except, and a few fruits
is buried by some birds, then the seed germinate, and more fruits eating birds swallow the ...
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DM Wilkinson - Journal of Biogeography, 1999 - Wiley Online Library
... Birds and seed dispersal; a response to comments by FM Chambers. David M. Wilkinson. Article
first published online: 10 JAN 2003. ... How to Cite. Wilkinson, DM (1999), Birds and seed dispersal;
a response to comments by FM Chambers. Journal of Biogeography, 26: 429–430. ...
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[PDF] from scielo.org.arGC Amico… - Ecología austral, 2005 - SciELO Argentina
Many plants depend on animals for seed dispersal, a task carried out mainly by birds that
ingest fruits and defecate or regurgitate seeds undamaged. Unlike other temperate forest
biomes, the Temperate Forest of Southern South America (TFSA) is characterized by a ...
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CA Guillermo… - Ecología Austral, 2005 - orton.catie.ac.cr
Elaenia; frutos carnosos; mutualismo planta-animal; Turdus;Un gran número de plantas depende
de animales mutualistas para la dispersión de sus semillas, tarea principalmente realizada por
aves que ingieren los frutos y defecan o regurgitan las semillas en forma intacta. El ...
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L Changhu… - CHINESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 1998 - en.cnki.com.cn
Frugivorous birds can be divided into two groups: dry_fruits and Fleshy_fruits eating birds. Fleshy_fruits
eating birds swallow the whole fruit and consume the pulp. Seeds are vomited or excreted wholly
and dispersal. There are some characteristics of seeds spatial pattern during dispers ...
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[PDF] from gtoe.deB Bleher… - METHODS, 1995 - gtoe.de
IÌLEHEK& BÖHN]NC-GAF.SE comm.) this was not possible. We therefore compared two species
in the same genus {Commiphora, Burse- raceae) with morphologically similar, typically bird-
dispersed fruits. The questions addressed were: 1. Does local diversity of frugivorous bird ...
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E Lasso… - Biotropica - JSTOR
ABSTRACT In tropical forests, rodents exert a prominent role as post-dispersal seed
predators, while other vertebrates apparently have a minor effect on seed predation. In some
forest fragments in southeast Brazil, however, the density of rodents is unusually low, ...

L Changhu, S Yueqi, C Jiachuan… - Journal of Forestry Research, 1997 - Springer
Abstract There are 16 species of fleshy-fruit cating birds in Autumn in Maoer Mt. NE China.
According to their feeding strategies. we can divide them into 3 groups: 1. Pulp-cating birds,
they get nutrition from pulp. so. their seeds are defecated completely. These birds have a ...
鲁长虎, 孙跃岐, 常家传… - Journal of Forestry Research, 1997 - cnki.com.cn
... Fleshy Fruits Eating Birds and Their Role in the Seed Dispersal of Plants in of Plants in Maoer
Mountain,NE China. ... 摘要】:. 【关键词】: Fleshy-fruit eating birds Seed dispersal 【分类号】:S718
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M Kappelle… - Acta Botanica Neerlandica., 1997 - orton.catie.ac.cr
Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development and Innovation, Department
of Science, Technology and Society, Padualaan 14, 3584 CH Utrecht, NL E-mail:
m.kappelle@chem.uu.nl. ... Vegetation Science Meeting of the Royal Dutch Botanical ...
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L Changhu, S Yueqi, C Jiachuan… - 林业研究 (英文版), 1997 - en.cnki.com.cn
There are 16 species of fleshy-fruit eating birds in Autumn in Maoer Mt. NE Chiria, According
to their feeding strategies. we can divide them into 3 grous: 1. Pulp-cating birds. they get nutrition
from pulp. so. thcir seeds are defe-cated completely. These birds have a great effect on ...
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CC Horvitz - … -Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal: …, 2000 - orton.catie.ac.cr
University of Miami, Department of Biology, PO Box 24918, Coral Gables, FL 33124-0421, US
E-mail: carolhorvitz@miami.edu. ... International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores and Seed
Dispersal: Biodiversity and Conservation Perspectives. III, São Pedro, São Paulo, BR, ...
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RF Lopes - 2000 - agris.fao.org
Record number, BR2000002248. Titles, Frugivory and seed dispersal through birds in four plants
species in the region of Botucatu (SP). Original title, Frugivoria e dispersao de sementes atraves
da avifauna, em quatro especies de vegetais na regiao de Botucatu - SP. .

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