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The evolution of obligate pollination mutualisms: senita cactus and senita moth
We report a new obligate pollination mu- tualism involving the senita cactus, Lophocereus schottii (Cactaceae, Pachyceereae), and the senita moth, Upiga virescens (Pyralidae, Glaphyriinae) in the Sonoran De- sert and ...
Seed dispersal by Ceratogymna hornbills in the Dja Reserve, Cameroon
(Cambridge University Press, 1998-05)
Seed dispersal is a process critical to the maintenance of tropical forests, yet little is known about the interactions of most dispersers with their communities. In the Dja Reserve, Cameroon, seed dispersal by the ...
Habitat use and resource tracking by African Ceratogymna hornbills: implications for seed dispersal and forest conservation
(Blackwell Publishing, 1998)
Conservation of tropical forests requires an understanding of the seasonal patterns of abundance and distribution of important seed dispersers. In the forests of Central Africa, three species of hornbills in the genus ...