Herbivorous mammals as seed dispersers in a Mediterranean dehesa

@article{Malo1995HerbivorousMA,
  title={Herbivorous mammals as seed dispersers in a Mediterranean dehesa},
  author={Juan E. Malo and F. Su{\'a}rez},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1995},
  volume={104},
  pages={246-255}
}
Endozoochrous seed dispersal by herbivorous mammals has been verified repeatedly and its possible influence on the structure and function of herbaceous communities has been suggested. Quantitative studies, however, are lacking in the field of seed dispersal via the dung of herbivore guilds in little-altered environments. The present paper analyses seed dispersal via rabbit, fallow deer, red deer and cow dung in a Mediterranean dehesa (open woodland used for hunting and ranching) during the… CONTINUE READING
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