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Defaunation precipitates the extinction of evolutionarily distinct interactions in the Anthropocene

Volume: 5, Issue: 6
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
Species on Earth are interconnected with each other through ecological interactions. Defaunation can erode those connections, yet we lack evolutionary predictions about the consequences of losing interactions in human-modified ecosystems. We quantified the fate of the evolutionary history of avian-seed dispersal interactions across tropical forest fragments by combining the evolutionary distinctness of the pairwise-partner species, a proxy to...
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Title
Defaunation precipitates the extinction of evolutionarily distinct interactions in the Anthropocene
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
5
Issue
6
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