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Different waterfowl species eat (and disperse) different seeds, depending on where they feed
A study led by the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) found that the first step in seed dispersal by waterfowl – seed ingestion – depends on seed availability in the waterfowl...
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long distance dispersal
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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Reduced avian diversity in artificial wetlands
Wetlands are one of the most threatened habitats, but they continue to be destroyed and degraded all over the world. In recent years, various studies have argued that artificial wetlands can...
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Ducks as vectors of seed dispersal for a broad spectrum of plants
Dabbling ducks have long been recognized as important vectors of dispersal for strictly aquatic plants. In terrestrial ecosystems they are widely assumed to be irrelevant. In this study we...
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Waterbirds as vectors for alien species
The importance of waterbirds as vectors of aliens has been recognized since Darwin's time, yet research by pioneers has been forgotten during the development of modern invasion biology, which...
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