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8 ago. Resumo: As aves figuram entre os mais importantes dispersores de sementes em praticamente todos os ambientes terrestres. Apesar de. Composição da avifauna, frugivoria e dispersão de sementes por aves em áreas de floresta estacional semidecidual e cerrado, no Parque Estadual de Porto. 11 mar. Os objetivos deste trabalho foram (1) comparar a frugivoria e a dispersão de sementes por aves frugívoras entre espécies de Ficus.

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Frugivory by birds in cerrado in the city of Uberlândia, Minas Gerais

Sorry, but Javascript is not enabled in your browser! Vertebrate dispersal syndromes along the Atlantic forest: Spatial distribution and food utilization among tanagers in southeastern Brazil Passeriformes: Theory and its application in a changing world. This rights aved the whole data about this document as well as its contents. Results suggest that the dispersion of the ornitochorous fruits would be related to the process of fragmentation, but small fragments are used by birds as feeding sites, which avew them a high conservation value.

Asymmetrical pattern was found in the interactions in which few species are responsible for most interactions. Dispersal modes and fruiting periods in hyperseasonal and seasonal savannas, central Brazil.


Revista do Instituto Florestalv. A su vez, frutos de Passiflora suberosa L.

Frugivoria de Ficus (Moraceae) por aves em paisagens com diferentes níveis de fragmentação

Natural perches also provided other resources for birds, such as fruits, insects and shelter, making them more attractive. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Revista Brasileira de Botanicav. Frugivori Forest; bird-plant interaction; fruit consumption. Tackling the habitat fragmentation panchreston.

Services on Demand Journal. Ficus Moraceae is the most important plant genus for tropical frugivores and is considered a keystone resource during periods of general fruit scarcity. Dispersal of melastomataceae seeds by fruit-eating birds of tropical forest understory. Fruit eating by birds in a forest fragment in southeastern Brazil. The FSP for the plant community showed statistically significant differences between small fragments and continuous sites.

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Frugivoria por aves em bordas de fragmentos florestais, Uberlandia, MG. Habitat loss and landscape fragmentation can affect species survival as well as community composition and their interactions. Potencial consequences of extinction of frugivorous birds for shrubs of tropical wet forest.

FSP frugiboria the exotic bush was lower than in the native bush species. Ficus luschnathianawhose figs are small and red when ripe, was more equally consumed by all visitors and had significantly more seeds dispersed per hour than the other species.


Do subtropical seasonal forests in the Gran Chaco, Argentina, have a future?

Effects of forest fragmentation on the granivory of differently sized seeds. The role of fruits traits in determining fruit removal in east Mediterranean ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics Life form and biogeographic status of ornithocorous species and Mean density individuals m -2 frugivoia in study sites of Chaco forest in Cordoba Province.

Quantity, quality and the effectiveness of seed dispersal by animals.

Effects of forest avss, anthropogenic edges and fruit colour on the consumption of ornithocoric fruits. Contrary to bushes, FSP values in woody exotic species were higher than those for native species.

Aves de Argentina y Uruguay: Para Batalha et al. We conclude that natural perches and artificial perches with more elaborate architecture showed greater efficiency in attracting seed-disperser birds and increasing the seed deposition, being the most recommended for this area recovery and for ecological restoration projects.