Data from: Diverse guilds provide complementary dispersal services in a woodland expansion process after land abandonment

Gema Escribano-Avila, María Calviño-Cancela, Beatriz Pías, Emilio Virgós, Fernando Valladares & Adrián Escudero
1. Land abandonment due to increasing depopulation of rural areas is an ongoing trend in developed countries worldwide. Abandoned lands represent an opportunity for ecosystem recovery, an urgent need for biodiversity conservation. Seed dispersal services provided by animals are a key feature for this process. Different dispersers may differentially contribute to plant recruitment under different ecological conditions, leading to complementary dispersal services. 2. We studied the dispersal services, quantified as the contribution to plant recruitment,...
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