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Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)?

(2019) JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY. 46(8). p.1874-1888
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Annonaceae, frugivory, fruit size, functional traits, geodispersal, historical biogeography, long-distance dispersal, megafauna, rain forest, vicariance, SEED DISPERSAL, BIOGEOGRAPHY, EVOLUTION, PHYLOGENY, DIVERSIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION, DISJUNCTIONS, CONVERGENCE, CHARACTERS, MORPHOLOGY

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Onstein, Renske E., et al. “Which Frugivory‐related Traits Facilitated Historical Long‐distance Dispersal in the Custard Apple Family (Annonaceae)?” JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, vol. 46, no. 8, 2019, pp. 1874–88.
APA
Onstein, R. E., Kissling, W. D., Chatrou, L., Couvreur, T. L., Morlon, H., & Sauquet, H. (2019). Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)? JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, 46(8), 1874–1888.
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Onstein, Renske E, W Daniel Kissling, Lars Chatrou, Thomas LP Couvreur, Hélène Morlon, and Hervé Sauquet. 2019. “Which Frugivory‐related Traits Facilitated Historical Long‐distance Dispersal in the Custard Apple Family (Annonaceae)?” JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY 46 (8): 1874–88.
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Onstein, Renske E, W Daniel Kissling, Lars Chatrou, Thomas LP Couvreur, Hélène Morlon, and Hervé Sauquet. 2019. “Which Frugivory‐related Traits Facilitated Historical Long‐distance Dispersal in the Custard Apple Family (Annonaceae)?” JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY 46 (8): 1874–1888.
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Onstein RE, Kissling WD, Chatrou L, Couvreur TL, Morlon H, Sauquet H. Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)? JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY. 2019;46(8):1874–88.
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R. E. Onstein, W. D. Kissling, L. Chatrou, T. L. Couvreur, H. Morlon, and H. Sauquet, “Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)?,” JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, vol. 46, no. 8, pp. 1874–1888, 2019.
@article{8623652,
  author       = {Onstein, Renske E and Kissling, W Daniel and Chatrou, Lars and Couvreur, Thomas LP and Morlon, Hélène and Sauquet, Hervé},
  issn         = {0305-0270},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY},
  keywords     = {Annonaceae,frugivory,fruit size,functional traits,geodispersal,historical biogeography,long-distance dispersal,megafauna,rain forest,vicariance,SEED DISPERSAL,BIOGEOGRAPHY,EVOLUTION,PHYLOGENY,DIVERSIFICATION,CLASSIFICATION,DISJUNCTIONS,CONVERGENCE,CHARACTERS,MORPHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1874--1888},
  title        = {Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13552},
  volume       = {46},
  year         = {2019},
}

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