Special Issue November 2013 | Vol. 6 | Issue 5 | pages 592-704
Guest Editors: Simon A. Queenborough, Pierre Michel Forget and Sabrina Russo
Simon A. Queenborough, Pierre Michel Forget and Sabrina Russo
Sharma, M.V. and Armstrong, J.E.
Nutmeg-vertebrate interactions in the Asia-Pacific region: importance of frugivores for seed dispersal in Myristicaceae | pages 608-636
Kitamura, S. and Poonswad, P.
Queenborough, S.A., Humphreys, A.M., and Valencia, R.
Insect functional guilds in the flowering canopy of Myristica fatua in a lowland swamp, central Western Ghats, India | pages 653-662
Sinu, P.A. and Sharma, M.V.
Reconciling natural history and species ecology: Myristica beddomei (Myristicaceae) in the Western Ghats, India | pages 663-673
Chetana, H.C. and Ganesh, T.
Phenology, seed dispersal and regeneration patterns of Horsfieldia kingii, a wild nutmeg | pages 674-689
Datta, A. and Rane, A.
The role of frugivores in determining seed removal and dispersal in the Neotropical nutmeg | pages 690-704
Ratiarison S. and Forget, P.M.
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