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Unravelling Darwin's entangled bank: architecture and robustness of mutualistic networks with multiple interaction types
Trying to unravel Darwin's entangled bank further, we describe the architecture of a network involving multiple forms of mutualism (pollination by animals, seed dispersal by birds and plantExpand
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Fruit removal efficiency and success: influence of crop size in a neotropical treelet
The reproductive success of animal-dispersed plants is closely linked to the number of seeds that they are able to disperse. The fruit crop size hypothesis states that a plant with large fruit cropExpand
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The relationship between bark peeling rate and the distribution and mortality of two epiphyte species
Tree bark characteristics influence epiphyte establishment and survival and consequently the way in which epiphytes are distributed on trees. Tree species with peeling bark have been reported as poorExpand
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Hummingbirds and the plants they visit in the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
We describe the relative abundance, plant species visited, and plant communities used by hummingbird species inhabiting the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere Reserve, a semiarid area in South-centralExpand
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Avifauna de la Reserva de la Biosfera Barranca de Metztitlán, Hidalgo, México
Management and conservation of natural protected areas depends critically on their biological knowledge. Herein we report a check-list of the Barranca de Metztitlan Biosphere Reserve, Hidalgo,Expand
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The effect of spatio-temporal variation in understanding the fruit crop size hypothesis
In order to evaluate the 'fruit crop size' hypothesis, we analyzed the effect of fruit availability on the number of visits by birds and on the proportion of removed fruits, and on how much of theExpand
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Frugivoría por Aves en un Paisaje Fragmentado: Consecuencias en la Dispersión de Semillas1
Abstract Few data exist on seed dispersal by frugivorous birds in fragmented landscapes, originating from tropical dry forests, in contrast to more abundant data from tropical rain forests. In thisExpand
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THE MEXICAN SHEARTAIL (DORICHA ELIZA): MORPHOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, DISTRIBUTION, AND ENDANGERED STATUS
Abstract We reviewed morphological variation, taxonomic status, geographic distribution, ecology, and behavior of the poorly known hummingbird, the Mexican Sheartail (Doricha eliza), based on museumExpand
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REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE OF MALE AND FEMALE SPINY LIZARDS, SCELOPORUS MELANORHINUS, IN A TROPICAL DRY FOREST
Abstract Male and female reproductive cycles are described for Sceloporus melanorhinus in Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico. Both males and females reached sexual maturity at 62 mm snout–vent length. TestesExpand
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SEED DISPERSAL OF BURSERA FAGAROIDES (BURSERACEAE): THE EFFECT OF LINKING ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
Abstract We studied the seed dispersal process of a population of Bursera fagaroides (Burseraceae) on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico by considering 1) all phases of the dispersal process (i.e.,Expand
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