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From molecules to bird communities: A mistletoe story

@inproceedings{Napier2013FromMT,
  title={From molecules to bird communities: A mistletoe story},
  author={K. Napier},
  year={2013}
}
Worldwide, mistletoes act as a keystone resource, providing food (nectar, fruit and foliage) and structural (nesting sites) resources to hundreds of fauna species. 75 species of ‘showy’ Loranthaceae mistletoes are native to Australia, and are found in wooded habitats throughout the mainland. The mistletoebird (Dicaeum hirundinaceum) is considered the primary disperser of mistletoe fruit in south-west Western Australia (WA). Other ‘generalist’ species, including several honeyeater species and… Expand

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