• Published 2011

The Neotropical Ornithological Society NATIVE AND INTRODUCED BIRDS OF GALAPAGOS AS DISPERSERS OF NATIVE AND INTRODUCED PLANTS

@inproceedings{Guerrero2011TheNO,
  title={The Neotropical Ornithological Society NATIVE AND INTRODUCED BIRDS OF GALAPAGOS AS DISPERSERS OF NATIVE AND INTRODUCED PLANTS},
  author={Ana Mireya Guerrero and Alan Tye},
  year={2011}
}
– We investigated seed dispersal by seven Galapagos land-bird species, six of them native or endemic (Galapagos Dove Zenaida galapagoensis, Dark-billed Cuckoo Coccyzus melacoryphus, Vermilion Flycatcher Pyrocephalus rubinus nanus, Galapagos Flycatcher Myiarchus magnirostris, Galapagos Mockingbird Nesomimus parvulus, and Yellow Warbler Dendroica petechia aureola), plus the introduced Smooth-billed Ani Crotophaga ani. Most of these were previously regarded primarily as seed predators or… CONTINUE READING

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