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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...
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Understanding the complex relationships between ecological traits and spatial distribution patterns
The study of the relationship between the ecological niche breadth and spatial distribution of species has been a core topic in ecology. Ecological niche breadth measures the degree of...
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Juvenile pheomelanin-based plumage colouration has evolved more frequently in carnivorous species
Distinctive pheomelanin-based plumage colouration in juvenile birds has been proposed as a signal of immaturity to avoid aggression by older conspecifics, but recent findings suggest a detoxifying...
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Feather mites play a role in cleaning host feathers
Parasites and other symbionts are crucial components of ecosystems, regulating host populations and supporting food webs. However, most symbiont systems, especially those involving commensals and...
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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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