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A look at seed dispersal via mammal droppings. Terrestrial mammals are good dispersers of the fruits and seeds of seasonal rainforest in the Gulf of Mexico. Their importance lies in the huge quantity of fruit and seeds they consume, and their daily and seasonal movement through natural and secondary vegetation and agricultural fields. Their importance is even more noteworthy in the face of increasing deforestation and forest fragmentation, which limits the dispersal of propagules across thedoi:10.14198/cdbio.2014.46.03 fatcat:nn2wuho5sfbtxmte7yglgxnyiy