Data from: Local extinctions of obligate frugivores and patch size reduction disrupt the structure of seed dispersal networks

Jamille De Assis Bomfim, , Carlos A. Peres, Gustavo Carvalho & Eliana Cazetta
A central problem in ecology is to understand how human impacts affect plant-animal interactions that lead to effective seed dispersal services for plant communities. Seed dispersal services are the outcome of plant-frugivore interactions that often form local networks of interacting species. Recent work has shown that some frugivorous bird species are more critical to network organization than others. Here, we explore how patch size and the potential local extinctions of obligate frugivorous birds affect the...
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