Animal-plant Interaction: A Review On Terrestrial Vertebrate Seed Disperser Diversity And The
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Animal-plant Interaction: A Review On Terrestrial Vertebrate Seed Disperser Diversity And The Selectivity Pattern Based On The Size Of Fruits
The study was based on 107 studies and data concerning disperser species, plant species and family, fruit type and size, seed size plant life form and the habitat, which were presented in matrix form. Data from this matrix were used in determining the disperser species diversity considering large taxonomic groups (mammals, birds and reptiles) and selection pattern based on the fruit and seed size. The diversity of mammals was high followed by birds and then reptiles with 65%, 30% and 5% respectively. Mammal taxonomic group dominated and was sub divided into primates, ungulates, carnivores, rodents and bat sub-groups which accounted for 45%, 22%, 17%, 9% and 7% respectively confirming the domDownloadViews: 104

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