What would happen to the trees and lianas if apes disappeared?

@article{Beaune2015WhatWH,
  title={What would happen to the trees and lianas if apes disappeared?},
  author={D. Beaune},
  journal={Oryx},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={442 - 446}
}
Abstract Apes, like many frugivorous animals, are crucial allies for the reproduction of several fruiting tree species. Almost all apes, however, including bonobos Pan paniscus, are threatened with extinction. How will this affect tree conservation? How can plants that are adapted to seed dispersal by apes reproduce without their dispersal vectors? At LuiKotale, in an evergreen tropical forest of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the recruitment of 22 plant species in the absence of seed… Expand
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