Data from: Who dispersed the seeds? The use of DNA barcoding in frugivory and seed dispersal studies

Juan González-Varo, Juan M. Arroyo & Pedro Jordano
1. Assessing dispersal events in plants faces important challenges and limitations. A methodological issue that limits advances in our understanding of seed dissemination by frugivorous animals is identifying ‘which species dispersed the seeds’. This is essential for assessing how multiple frugivore species contribute distinctly to critical dispersal events such as seed delivery to safe sites, long-distance dispersal, and the colonization of non-occupied habitats. 2. Here we describe DNA barcoding protocols successfully applied to bird-dispersed seeds...
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