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Negative effects of forest fragmentation and proximity to edges on pollination and herbivory of Bomarea salsilla (Alstroemeriaceae)
Background - Habitat fragmentation may have detrimental effects on both plant-mutualistic (i.e. pollination) and plant-antagonistic interactions (i.e. foliar herbivory). Such double negative effects may lead to a change ...
Response of the endemic Long-tailed Meadowlark (Sturnella loyca obscura) to grazing exclusion in herbivore-dependent upland grasslands of Argentina
(Csiro Publishing, 2015-04)
In grassland ecosystems livestock grazing is one of the main activities that modify habitat and which can lead to positive or negative effects on birds. In the Sierras Grandes of Córdoba, Argentina, livestock grazing began ...
Functional role of long-lived flowers in preventing pollen limitation in a high elevation outcrossing species
(Oxford university press, 2017)
Low pollinator visitation in harsh environments may lead to pollen limitation which can threaten population persistence. Consequently, avoidance of pollen limitation is expected in outcrossing species subjected to habitually ...