PS 42
Seed Production, Dispersal, And Predation

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
 How does fragmentation affect spatial patterns of animal-mediated seed dispersal?
Landon Jones, University of Louisiana Lafayette; Derek Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University
 Consequences of animal foraging patterns for seed dispersal and tree demography
Brendan J. Regnery, University of Florida; T. Trevor Caughlin, University of Florida; Jeremy W. Lichstein, University of Florida
 Granivorous birds drive seed bank dynamics of a dominant chaparral shrub
Bernhard Warzecha, San Francisco State University; V. Thomas Parker, San Francisco State University
 Roles of frugivorous birds and seed-caching rodents in seed dispersal and seedling establishment of western juniper
William S. Longland, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Lindsay Dimitri, University of Nevada, Reno
 Redirecting directed dispersal in an ant-myrmecochore system: Addressing the uniqueness of microsites near ant nests in an eastern North American forest
R. Kent Connell, University of Tennessee; Alix A. Pfennigwerth, University of Tennessee; Aimee T. Classen, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Charles Kwit, University of Tennessee
 Morphological and chemical alterations in Psidium cattleianum (Myrtaceae) fruits infested by insects
Janaina R. Cortinoz, UNICAMP; José R. Trigo, UNICAMP; Wesley R. Silva, Universidade de Campinas (UNICAMP)
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