Data from: Reversing functional extinction of mammals prompts a rethink of paradigms about seed fate in arid Australia

Mills C, Letnic M

Date Published: January 3, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gc42g

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Title Foraging tray, seed removal and visitation data
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Description Data collected in Stage 2 Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary, NSW, Australia. Foraging tray data including spoor recorded and number of seeds removed from tray from a possible 50. 5 treatments were applied within a block including mammal exclusion, ant exclusion, procedural control ant exclusion, procedural control mammal exclusion, control.
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