Seed dispersal distances by ant partners reflect preferential recruitment patterns in two ant-dispersed sedges

@article{Tanaka2016SeedDD,
  title={Seed dispersal distances by ant partners reflect preferential recruitment patterns in two ant-dispersed sedges},
  author={Koki Tanaka and Makoto Tokuda},
  journal={Evolutionary Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={943-952}
}
An important feature of seed dispersal mutualism is the differentiation of dispersal-related seed traits (dispersal syndrome), which potentially contribute to partitioning of both seed dispersers and regeneration sites among sympatric plants. Yet, the selective factors underlying the diversity in dispersal syndromes are largely unknown. The differential… CONTINUE READING