Data from: From ratites to rats: the size of fleshy fruits shapes species' distributions and continental rainforest assembly

Maurizio Rossetto, Jia-Yee S. Yap, Robert Kooyman & Shawn Laffan
Seed dispersal is a key process in plant spatial dynamics. However, consistently applicable generalisations about dispersal across scales are mostly absent because of the constraints on measuring propagule dispersal distances for many species. Here, we focus on fleshy-fruited taxa, specifically taxa with large fleshy fruits and their dispersers across an entire continental rainforest biome. We compare species-level results of whole-chloroplast DNA analyses in sister taxa with large and small fruits, to regional plot-based samples (310...
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