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Size-based fruit selection of Calophyllum brasiliense (Clusiaceae) by bats of the genus Artibeus (Phyllostomidae) in a Restinga area, southeastern Brazil

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p.179-182,fig.,ref.
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  • Departamento de Zoologia, Instituto de Biologia, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, CEP 13083-970, Cidade Universitaria, Campinas, SP, Brazil
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  • Fischer, E., and F. A. M. Santos. 2001. Demography, phenology and sex of Calophyllum brasiliense (Clusiaceae) trees in the Atlantic forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 17: 903-909.
  • Fleming, T. H. 1991. The relationship between body size, diet, and habitat use in frugivorous bats, genus Carollia (Phyllostomidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 72: 493-501.
  • Foster, M. S. 1990. Factors influencing bird foraging preferences among conspecific fruit trees. The Condor, 92: 844-854.
  • Handley, C. O., Jr., D. E. Wilson, and A. L. Gardner. 1991. Demography and natural history of the common fruit bat, Artibeus jamaicensis, on Barro Colorado Island, Panamá. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 511 pp.
  • Heithaus, E. R., T. H. Fleming, and P. A. Opler. 1975. Foraging patterns and resource utilization in seven species of bats in a seasonal tropical forest. Ecology, 56: 841-854.
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  • Jordano, P. 1995a. Angiosperm fleshy fruits and seed disperser: a comparative analysis of adaptation and constraints in plant-animal interactions. The American Naturalist, 145: 163-191.
  • Jordano, P. 1995b. Frugivore-mediated selection on fruit and seed size: birds and St. Lucie’s cherry, Prunus mahaleb. Ecology, 76: 2627-2639.
  • Kalko, E. K. V., and M. Condon. 1998. Echolocation, olfaction, and fruit display: how bats find fruit of flagellichorous cucurbits. Functional Ecology, 12: 364-372.
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  • Mack, A. L. 1998. An advantage of large seed size: tolerating rather than succumbing to seed predators. Biotropica, 30: 604-608.
  • Marques, M. C. M. 1994. Estudos auto-ecológicos do guanandí (Calophyllum brasiliense Camb. Clusiaceae) em urna mata ciliar do municipio de Brotas, SP. M.Sc. Thesis, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil, 105 pp.
  • Meehan, H. J., K. R. Mcconkey, and D. R. Drake. 2002. Potential disruptions to seed dispersal mutualisms in Tonga, Western Polynesia. Journal of Biogeography, 29: 695-712.
  • Nogueira, M. R., and A. L. Peracchi. 2003. Fig-seed predation by 2 species of Chiroderma: discovery of a new feeding strategy in bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 84: 225-233.
  • Sallabanks, R. 1993. Hierarchical mechanisms of fruit selection by an avian frugivore. Ecology, 74: 1326-1336.
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  • Wheelwright, N. T. 1993. Fruit size in a tropical tree species: variation, preference by birds, and heritability. Pp. 163-174, in Frugivory and seed dispersal: ecological and evolutionary aspects (T. H. Fleming and A. Estrada, eds.). Kluwer Academic Press, Nordrecht, 392 pp.
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