Data from: Are gastropods, rather than ants, important dispersers of seeds of myrmecochorous forest herbs?

 

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Türke M, Andreas K, Gossner MM, Kowalski E, Lange M, Boch S, Socher SA, Müller J, Prati D, Fischer M, Meyhöfer R, Weisser WW (2011) Are gastropods, rather than ants, important dispersers of seeds of myrmecochorous forest herbs? American Naturalist 179(1): 124-131. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/663195

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Türke M, Andreas K, Gossner MM, Kowalski E, Lange M, Boch S, Socher SA, Müller J, Prati D, Fischer M, Meyhöfer R, Weisser WW (2011) Data from: Are gastropods, rather than ants, important dispersers of seeds of myrmecochorous forest herbs? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p3p0621d
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