ArticleVander Wall, Stephen B.1. The seeds of many plants are dispersed by animals, but the nature of these plant-animal mutualisms is often moulded by the abiotic environment. Here, we show that desert peach ( Prunus andersonii ), with dry fruits and large seeds, relies on scatte . . .
ArticleCryptic Consequences of a Dispersal Mutualism: Seed Burial, Elaiosome Removal, and Seed-bank DynamicsChristian, Caroline E.Seed dispersers influence the distribution and success of plants by defining the ecological context that an individual will experience throughout its lifetime. In transporting seeds to new environments, animal dispersers can influence plant performanc . . .