2005

Tropical Fruits and Frugivores

The Search for Strong Interactors

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3832-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-3833-4 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

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    Pages 1-4

    Introduction: Frugivory, Phenology, and Rainforest Conservation

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    Pages 5-35

    Do Frugivore Population Fluctuations Reflect Fruit Production? Evidence from Panama

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    Pages 37-57

    Potential Keystone Plant Species for the Frugivore Community at Tinigua Park, Colombia

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    Pages 59-73

    Floristics, Primary Productivity and Primate Diversity in Amazonia: Contrasting a Eutrophic Várzea Forest and an Oligotrophic Caatinga Forest in Brazil

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    Pages 75-92

    A 12-Year Phenological Record of Fruiting: Implications for Frugivore Populations and Indicators of Climate Change

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    Pages 93-119

    An Intersite Comparison of Fruit Characteristics in Madagascar: Evidence for Selection Pressure Through Abiotic Constraints Rather Than Through Co-Evolution

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    Pages 121-138

    The Key to Madagascar Frugivores

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    Pages 139-154

    Fruiting Phenology and Pre-dispersal Seed Predation in a Rainforest in Southern Western Ghats, India

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    Pages 155-184

    Fast Foods of the Forest: The Influence of Figs on Primates and Hornbills Across Wallace’s Line

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    Pages 185-203

    The Frugivore Community and the Fruiting Plant Flora in a New Guinea Rainforest: Identifying Keystone Frugivores

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    Pages 205-236

    Diet, Keystone Resources and Altitudinal Movement of Dwarf Cassowaries in Relation to Fruiting Phenology in a Papua New Guinean Rainforest

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    Pages 237-260

    Keystone Fruit Resources and Australia’s Tropical Rain Forests