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Type: Artigo
Title: Atlantic frugivory: a plant-frugivore interaction data set for the Atlantic Forest
Author: Bello, Carolina
Galetti, Mauro
Montan, Denise
Pizo, Marco A.
Mariguela, Tatiane C.
Culot, Laurence
Bufalo, Felipe
Labecca, Fabio
Pedrosa, Felipe
Constantini, Rafaela
Emer, Carine
Silva, Wesley R.
Silva, Fernanda R. da
Ovaskaine, Otso
Jordano, Pedro
Abstract: The data set provided here includes 8,320 frugivory interactions (records of pairwise interactions between plant and frugivore species) reported for the Atlantic Forest. The data set includes interactions between 331 vertebrate species (232 birds, 90 mammals, 5 fishes, 1 amphibian, and 3 reptiles) and 788 plant species. We also present information on traits directly related to the frugivory process (endozoochory), such as the size of fruits and seeds and the body mass and gape size of frugivores. Data were extracted from 166 published and unpublished sources spanning from 1961 to 2016. While this is probably the most comprehensive data set available for a tropical ecosystem, it is arguably taxonomically and geographically biased. The plant families better represented are Melastomataceae, Myrtaceae, Moraceae, Urticaceae, and Solanaceae. Myrsine coriacea, Alchornea glandulosa, Cecropia pachystachya, and Trema micrantha are the plant species with the most animal dispersers (83, 76, 76, and 74 species, respectively). Among the animal taxa, the highest number of interactions is reported for birds (3,883) followed by mammals (1,315). The woolly spider monkey or muriqui, Brachyteles arachnoides, and Rufous‐bellied Thrush, Turdus rufiventris, are the frugivores with the most diverse fruit diets (137 and 121 plants species, respectively). The most important general patterns that we note are that larger seeded plant species (>12 mm) are mainly eaten by terrestrial mammals (rodents, ungulates, primates, and carnivores) and that birds are the main consumers of fruits with a high concentration of lipids. Our data set is geographically biased, with most interactions recorded for the southeast Atlantic Forest.
Subject: Animais frugivoros
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1818
Address: https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ecy.1818
Date Issue: 2017
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