volume 34, issue 2, P251-259 2004
DOI: 10.1590/s0044-59672004000200014
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Abstract: ABSTRACTSeed dispersal of Hymenaea courbaril was studied by following the fate of 585 seeds embedded with small magnets and set in displays in and near a logged strip in rain forest in the Peruvian Amazonian. Mammals took fruits from all displays, which were located in the forest, edge, and cleared strip. Overall removal rates were low -a median of 8.1 fruits / month from displays maintained with 8-10 fruits -but were higher in August than in earlier months. Most fruits were dropped near the display or had th…

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