Data from: Seed dispersal by dispersing juvenile animals: a source of functional connectivity in fragmented landscapes

González-Varo JP, Díaz-García S, Arroyo JM, Jordano P

Date Published: June 12, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.97q0n06.2

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Title Seed rain contributions
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Description Relative and absolute contributions – according to DNA-barcoding identifications – of Sardinian warblers (Sylvia melanocephala) and other bird species to the bimonthly magnitude of seed deposition per seed trap, bimonth and year, of different plant species.
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Title Seed rain data
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Description Total number of seeds (all species pooled; zeros included) per seed trap, bimonth and year, estimated as dispersed by Sardinian warblers (and other bird species) according to DNA-barcoding identifications. This is the dataset associated to Figure 1c and Figure 2.
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Title Habitat classification ringing data
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Description Classification of the original habitat types associated to each ringing capture into habitats analogous to the forest (i.e. woodland habitats) and matrix (i.e. open habitats) of our study landscape. The original ringing data used in this study can be requested to SEO/BirdLife (www.anillamientoseo.org).
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Title Ringing captures & Mean seed rain
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Description Accumulated number of bimonthly ringing captures of juvenile and adult Sardinian warblers (Sylvia melanocephala) between 1975 and 2018, in a subset of the warm Spanish provinces dominated by the thermo- and meso-Mediterranean bioclimate, in relation to bimonthly mean seed rain dispersed by Sardinian warblers in our study landscape (data associated to Figure 2 in the article). The original ringing data used in this study can be requested to SEO/BirdLife (www.anillamientoseo.org).
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Title DNA barcoding data
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Description Seed-deposition samples (bird droppings with seeds, defecated or regurgitated) analysed through DNA barcoding to identify the bird species responsible of seed dispersal events. Disperser identifications are classified as Sardinian warbler (Sylvia melanocephala) versus other bird species. Only those samples that were dispersed by Sardinian warblers (i.e. the ones used in this study) include fields for sequence, sequence length and source of barcoding identification.
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