Articles | Volume 22, issue 2
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-22-59-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-22-59-2022
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07 Nov 2022
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Artificial perches increase bird-mediated seed rain in agricultural fallow area in southern Brazil

Thales Castilhos de Freitas, Gustavo Crizel Gomes, Artur Ramos Molina, Ernestino de Souza Gomes Guarino, Cristiano Agra Iserhard, and Rafael Beltrame

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We highlight the arrival of 24 655 seeds in the experiment. We found that depending on how far the artificial perches are from the forest fragment, different seed communities are formed. It is also worth mentioning the extensive deposition of the alien species Australian cheesewood. The Tyrannidae bird family was the most represented. Artificial perches are efficient to increase seed rain in the fallow area but should be used with caution in landscapes with the presence of alien species.