5th International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal (1985-2010)
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Frugivores and Seed Dispersal: Mechanisms and Consequences of a Key Interaction for Biodiversity Edited by Pierre-Michel Forget, Katrin Böhning-Gaese, Pedro Jordano, Joanna E. Lambert, Anna Traveset and Joe S. Wright. Volume 37, Issue 6, Pages 517-682 (November-December 2011)
This volume is dedicated to the Memory of Pr. Dr. Elisabeth "Eli" Kalko (1962-2011).
Elephants: the gardeners of Asia's and Africa's forests by Jeremy Hance
mongabay.com - April 25, 2011. The first paper of the Acta Oecologica FSD2010 special volume by Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz and Steve Blake has been published on line. Megagardeners of the forest – the role of elephants in seed dispersal Original Research Article Acta Oecologica, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 22 February 2011. Abstract.
(Photo: Asian elephant © A. Campoz-Arceiz)
Following the FSD2010, we created the www.fsd2010-virtual.org. Nonetheless, this virtual symposium has a cost (webedition, maintainance). If you want to continue attending the Virtual Symposium, we ask you to support FSD210-Virtual.org by encouraging your colleagues to register. Registration. It includes : 31 plenary (30') -71 oral papers (15' - 71 poster papers + Abstracts. Watch the first slides of Joe Wright's talk entitled "The consequences of hunting for frugivores, seed dispersal and plant species composition in Central Panama".
We received the new Frugivory Updates 43 Edited by Ronda Green. See Updates
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1st row : Katrin, Hélène, Martine, Beth ; 2nd row : Joanna, Isabelle, Anna, Nicole - 3rd row: Helene, Kimberly, Elizabeth, Denise; 4th row : Colleen, Estelle, Erin, and her art.