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Infertile seeds of Yucca schottii: A beneficial role for the plant in the yucca-yucca moth mutualism?
Relationships between fruit ripeness, wasp seed predation, and avian fruit removal in Pistacia palaestina
Variability in post-dispersal seed predation in deciduous woodland: relative importance of location, seed species, burial and density
Early effects of rodent post-dispersal seed predation on the outcome of the plant-seed disperser interaction
Factors affecting seed germination and seedling establishment of a long-lived desert shrub (Coleogyne ramosissima: Rosaceae)
Long-lived desert shrubs exhibit infrequent, episodic recruitment from seed. In spite of this long time scale, selection on life history attributes that affect seedling recruitment should be strong. We studied factors affecting germination phenology and seedling establishment for Coleogyne ramosissima, a dominant shrub species in the ecotone between warm and cold deserts in western North America. We also examined ecotypic differentiation in establishment strategy in response to selection regimes in two contrasting habitats. We followed patterns of dormancy loss, germination, emergence, and survival in reciprocal field experiments at warm winter Mojave Desert and cold winter Colorado Plateau study sites. Seed germination...
Factors limiting rosette recruitment in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata: seed and disturbance limitation
Post-dispersal losses to seed predators: an experimental comparison of native and exotic old field plants
Seedling count data in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in site with rats removed and control site, October 2016 to August 2017
This study aims to evaluate the effect of rat population control on the ability of Hibiscadelphus giffardianus to successfully establish seedlings. We compared H. giffardianus fruiting and recruitment in a stand treated for rats and a neighboring control stand. The study was conducted in two neighboring kīpuka, Kīpuka Puaulu and Kīpuka Kī, which are patches of well-developed forest surrounded by more recent lava flows. These kīpuka lie 2.5 km northwest of Kīlauea Caldera in Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawai`i. The 700 × 700 m rat-removal treatment area falls within Kīpuka Kī, and Kīpuka Puaulu served as a control. We monitored 181 mature, fruit-bearing individuals of this species, of which there...