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A research study explores the role of parrots in the dispersal of seeds that get attached to their beaks and feathers
The Doñana Biological Station, along with other institutions, has recorded epizoochory events (seed dispersal via transportation on the outside of animals), involving 116 parrot species
About A research study explores the role of parrots in the dispersal of seeds that get attached to their beaks and feathers
Seed dispersal by neotropical waterfowl depends on bird species and seasonality
Waterbirds have an important ecological function as vectors of plant dispersal between different wetlands. In the Neotropical region, there is very limited information about this dispersal. In...
About Seed dispersal by neotropical waterfowl depends on bird species and seasonality
avian-seed dispersal interactions
The structure of waterbird seed dispersal networks is not mediated by functional traits
Plants and their dispersers form interaction networks whose structure has important implications for the persistence and stability of the community. Frugivory is vital for the dispersal of many...
About The structure of waterbird seed dispersal networks is not mediated by functional traits
Carp eggs survive transport through avian intestine
Fish have somehow colonized isolated water bodies all over the world without human assistance. It has long been speculated that these colonization events are assisted by waterbirds, transporting...
About Carp eggs survive transport through avian intestine
Angiosperm seeds lacking external flesh can be adapted for endozoochory
It is often assumed that only plants with a fleshy fruit disperse inside vertebrate guts, i.e. by “endozoochory”. However, only 8% of European angiosperms have a fleshy fruit, and endozoochory of...
About Angiosperm seeds lacking external flesh can be adapted for endozoochory
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