Data from: Conflicting selection on Cneorum tricoccon (Rutaceae) seed size caused by native and alien seed dispersers

Anna Traveset, Gema Escribano-Ávila, Jose Maria Gomez Reyes & Alfredo Valido
The disappearance of native seed dispersers due to anthropogenic activities is often accompanied by the introduction of alien species, which may to some extent replace the ecological service provided by the extinct ones. Yet, little empirical evidence exists demonstrating the evolutionary consequences of such alien ‘replacement’. Here, we document the conflicting selection exerted on seed size by two native lizards (Podarcis lilfordi and P. pityusensis) and an alien mammal species (Martes martes), all acting as...
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