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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Gulls can spread weeds over large distances and between habitats
A study from the Doñana Biological Station has developed a seed dispersal model based on the movement of gulls monitored by GPS telemetry, while feeding in rice fields in Andalusia, South-West...
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Seagulls act as vectors of metals and arsenic between landfills and protected wetlands
Researchers from the Doñana Biological Station assessed the spatial variation in concentrations of ten metals in faeces of the lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus) wintering at seven localities...
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Endozoochory of similar plants by storks and gulls
Research into the dispersal of plants lacking a fleshy fruit by avian endozoochory remains limited, particularly regarding the different roles of specific vectors in the same habitat. Plants...
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The functional connectivity network of wintering gulls links seven habitat types, acting ricefields as the central node
The lesser black-backed gull is now the second most abundant wintering waterbird in Andalusian wetlands. Many birds are fitted with GPS loggers on their breeding grounds in northern Europe, and...
About The functional connectivity network of wintering gulls links seven habitat types, acting ricefields as the central node
From landfills to lakes: gulls as transporters of nutrients
The lesser black backed gull Larus fuscus is now the second most abundant wintering waterbird in Andalusia, and has increased in numbers in recent years. Fuente de Piedra, the biggest shallow lake...
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