The individual-based network structure of palm-seed dispersers is explained by a rainforest gradient

Pâmela Friedemann, Marina Côrtes, Everaldo Castro, Mauro Galetti, Pedro Jordano &
How species interactions change in space and time is a major question in ecology. In tropical forests, plant individuals share mutualistic partners (pollinators or seed dispersers), yet we have little understanding of the factors affecting these individual interaction patterns. We used a seed dispersal individual-based network describing interactions between individuals of a palm species with bird species to investigate how intrinsic and extrinsic characteristics of individual plants influence the network structure. In our work we...
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