Impact of avian frugivores on dispersal and recruitment of the invasive Prunus serotina in an agricultural landscape

@article{Deckers2007ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of avian frugivores on dispersal and recruitment of the invasive Prunus serotina in an agricultural landscape},
  author={Bart Deckers and Kris Verheyen and Margot Vanhellemont and Eva Maddens and Bart Muys and Martin Hermy},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={717-727}
}
Although seed dispersal is considered to be a key process determining the spatial structure and spread of non-native plant populations, few studies have explicitly addressed the link between dispersal vector behaviour, seed distribution and seedling recruitment to gain insight into the process of exotic species invasion within a fragmented landscape context. The present study analyses the relationship between avian frugivory and spatial patterns of seed deposition and seedling recruitment for… CONTINUE READING
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