Phenology Keystone fruit resources Frugivores Bolivia Natural forest management Amazonia

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Phenological patterns in a southern Amazonian tropical forest: implications for sustainable management

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Wallace R; Painter R

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2002

Forest Ecology and Management

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Phenological transects were employed to assess monthly leaf flower unripe fruit and ripe fruit abundance for a total of 1732 individual plants within five tropical forest habitats at the \Lago Caiman Research Camp\

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The Liana Ecology Project is supported by Marquette University and funded in part by the National Science Foundation.