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Radio interview: Waterfowl as fish dispersers

Fish Eggs Spread Far and Wide by Waterfowl

Radio program "Top of Mind", August 10, July Rise (BYU Radio) interviews our colleague Andy Green. How do fish end up in remote, isolated crater lakes or desert lakes or wetland ponds that pop up temporarily in farm fields during the rainy season? These bodies of water are totally landlocked; fish should not be there and that's long baffled biologists. One thing we can say for sure: the fish aren't flying to there. Except, maybe they are? (from minute 52:49)

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Global geographic patterns in the colours and sizes of animal dispersed fruits

Fruit colours attract animal seed dispersers, yet the causes of fruit colour diversity remain controversial. The lack of knowledge of large?scale spatial patterns in fruit colours has limited our...

The juvenile dispersal distances of the Spanish imperial eagle

The distribution of juvenile dispersal distances of a territorial long-lived species with deferred maturity, the Spanish imperial eagle, was investigated. A reintroduction program was used as an...

Vertical transmission in feather mites

The consequences of symbiont transmission strategies are better understood than their adaptive causes. Feather mites are permanent ectosymbionts of birds assumed to transmit mainly vertically and...