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Fruit-eating habits of birds in a fragmented landscape: Implications for seed dispersal
Author(s): R. Ortiz-Pulido, J. Laborde and S. Guevara
Publication Type: Article
Article Topic(s): Germination,Seed collecting
Research Setting(s): Forest
Species Referenced: Hamelia patens (Scarletbush),
AbstractExamines seed dispersal by birds in fragmented tropical dry forests. One of the species discusses is Hamelia patens.
Suggested CitationR. Ortiz-Pulido, J. Laborde and S. Guevara. "Fruit-eating habits of birds in a fragmented landscape: Implications for seed dispersal." Biotropica 32.3 (2000): 473-488.