ThesisAvina, ErinEuphorbia terracina is an aggressive and invasive non-native plant that has recently become abundant in some parts of southern California. Its distribution has dramatically increased over the last eight years, with large populations scattered througho . . .
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 . . .