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Complementary roles of two resilient neotropical mammalian seed dispersers
(Acta Oecologica-international Journal Of Ecology, 2018-04-01) [Artigo]
Capuchin monkeys (Cebus spp. and Sapajus spp.) and coatis (Nasua spp.) coexist in most neotropical forests, including small forest remnants. Both capuchins and coatis eat fruit and disperse seeds, but little is known about ...
Combining plant-frugivore networks for describing the structure of neotropical communities
(Oikos, 2018-02-01) [Resenha]
Frugivory and seed dispersal are key processes for the maintenance of biodiversity. This is particularly true in the Neotropics, where most plant species depend on animals to disperse their seeds and most birds and mammals ...