Pedro Jordano Lab

Publications list

Highlighted papers

  • González-Varo, J.P., Arroyo, J.M., and Jordano, P. 2014. Who dispersed the seeds? The use of DNA barcoding in frugivory and seed dispersal studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 806–814. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12212
  • Bascompte, J. and P. Jordano. 2007. The structure of plant-animal mutualistic networks: the architecture of biodiversity. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 38: 567-593.
  • Jordano, P. 2016. Sampling networks of ecological interactions. Functional Ecology, 30: 1883–1893.
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Ongoing work

  • In preparation/ In review
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    PDFsmall Quintero, E.., Arroyo, B., Isla, J., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Jordano, P. 2024. Downscaling mutualistic networks from species to individuals reveals consistent interaction niches and roles within plant populations. Submitted. February 2024. Preprint published in bioRxiv, February 07, 2024. In 1st review, Feb 24, 2024.

    DOI: 10.1101/2024.02.02.578595

    Ecological interactions in nature occur between individual partners rather than species, and their outcomes determine fitness variation. By examining among-individual variation in interaction niches, we can bridge evolutionary and ecological perspectives to understand interaction biodiversity. This study investigates individual plant variation in frugivore assemblages worldwide, exploring how individual plants “build” their interaction profiles with animal frugivores. Surprisingly, the structure of networks composed of individuals was indistinguishable from networks composed of species. Independently of species or region, interaction frequencies among frugivore partners was highly skewed, with a small subset of species providing most interactions. Additionally, within populations, only a few plants played a key role in attracting a high diversity of frugivores, making them central to the overall network structure.

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    PDFsmall Jordano, P., Quintero, E.., Isla, J. 2024. A comparative analysis of fruit feeding among Mediterranean passerine birds. In prep. February 2024.


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    Jordano, P. 2024. The architecture of multiplexed ecological networks. In prep.

    Jordano, P. 2024. Biodiversity’s interactome: the number and function of ecological interactions. In prep.

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    PDFsmall Villalva, P., Arroyo-Correa, B., Calvo, G., Homet, P., Isla, J., Mendoza, I., Moracho, E., Quintero, E., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Jordano, P. 2023. FRUGIVORY CAMTRAP: A dataset of plant-animal interactions recorded with camera traps. [DATAPAPER]. In 1st review-October 2023.


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    PDFsmall Valido, A. and Jordano, P. 2023. Fleshy fruit diversification in islands and contrasts with continental areas. In prep., November 2023.


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    PDFsmall Moracho, E., Arroyo, J.M., Arroyo-Correa, B., Calvo, G., Homet, P., Isla, J., Jácome-Flores, M., Mendoza, I., Quintero, E., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Villalva, P. and Jordano, P. 2023. FRUGINT: A comprehensive multi-method dataset of plant-frugivore interactions in a Mediterranean hotspot. [DATAPAPER]. In prep., November 2023.


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    PDFsmall Villalva, P. and Jordano, P. 2023. A machine learning application for monitoring plant-animal interactions from camera-trap data. In prep., November 2023.


    PDFsmall Arroyo-Correa, B., Jordano, P., Bartomeus, I., and Stouffer, D.B. 2023. Effects of among-individual niche variation on species coexistence in plant-pollinator communities. In prep., October 2023.


  • In press/Early View
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    PDFsmall Escudero, M., Arroyo, J.M., Sánchez-Ramírez, S., Jordano, P. 2023. Founder events and subsequent genetic bottlenecks underlie karyotype evolution in the Ibero - North African endemic Carex helodes. Annals of Botany 00: 000-000.

    DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcad087

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    PDFsmall Jordano, P. 2024. La Biodiversidad de las interacciones ecológicas. CYTED. Editorial Universitaria. Santiago, Chile. In press.

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Published work

  • 2024
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    PDFsmall 218. Isla, J., Jácome-Flores, M., Rigueiro, C., Arroyo, J.M., Jordano, P., García, C. 2024. Animal-mediated seed dispersal and the demo-genetic configuration across plant colonization gradients. Journal of Ecology 112: 1013-1025.

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.14280

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    PDFsmall 217. Moracho, E., Klein, E., Oddou-Muratorio, S., Hampe, A. and Jordano, P. 2024. Highly clustered mating networks in naturally-fragmented riparian tree populations. Molecular Ecology 33 (6): e17285.

    DOI: 10.1111/mec.17285

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    PDFsmall 216. Quintero, E., Arroyo, J.M., Dirzo, R., Jordano, P. and Rodríguez-Sánchez, F. 2024. Lasting effects of avian-frugivore interactions on seed dispersal and seedling establishment. Journal of Ecology 112: 656-672.

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.14260

  • 2023

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    PDFsmall 215. Isla, J., Jácome, M., Arroyo, J.M., Jordano, P. 2023. The turnover of plant–frugivore interactions along plant range expansion: consequences for natural colonization processes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (1999), 20222547.

    DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2022.2547

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    PDFsmall 214. Cosmo, L.G., Assis, A.P.A., de Aguiar, M.A.M., Pires, M.M., Valido, A., Jordano, P., Thompson, J.N., Bascompte, J., Guimarães Jr., P.R. 2023. Indirect effects shape species fitness in coevolved mutualistic networks. Nature 619: 788-795.

    DOI: 10.1038/s41586-023-06319-7

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    PDFsmall 213. Quintero, E., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Jordano, P. 2023. Reciprocity and interaction effectiveness in generalised mutualisms among free-living species. Ecology Letters 26 (1), 132-146.

    DOI: 10.1111/ele.14141

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    PDFsmall 212. Quintero, E., Arroyo, J.M., Dirzo, R., Jordano, P., Rodríguez- Sánchez, P. 2023. Lasting effects of avian-frugivore interactions on seed dispersal and seedling establishment. EcoEvoRxiv.

    DOI: 10.32942/X2BW2F

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    PDFsmall 211. Villalva, P., Jordano, P. 2023. AI based workflow for recording plant animal interactions data with camera traps. Digital CSIC. doi: 10.20350/digitalCSIC/15592.

    DOI: 10.20350/digitalCSIC/15592

    Protocol and tools for processing large numbers of video-recorded files generated during camera trap surveys for behavioral monitoring (i.e. plant-animal interactions, visits of animal frugivores to fruiting plants). A separate GitHub repository includes detailed scripts for these protocols.
    Version 1.1. Sep 2023.

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    PDFsmall 210. Villalva, P., Arroyo-Correa, B., Calvo, G., Homet, P., Isla, J., Mendoza, I., Moracho, E., Quintero, E., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Jordano, P. 2023. FRUGIVORY CAMTRAP: A dataset of plant-animal interactions recorded with camera traps [Dataset]; DIGITAL.CSIC;

    DOI: 10.20350/digitalCSIC/15623

    The goal of this repository is to contain and facilitate access to the data associated to the datapaper FRUGIVORY CAMTRAPS: A dataset of plant-animal interactions recorded with camera traps.
  • 2022
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    PDFsmall 209. Fuzessy, L., Sobral, G., Carreira, D., Rother, D.C., Barbosa, G., Landis, M., Galetti, M., Dallas, T., Cardoso-Cláudio, V., Culot, L., Jordano, P. 2022. Functional roles of frugivores and plants shape hyper-diverse mutualistic interactions under two antagonistic conservation scenarios. Biotropica. 2022;54:444–454.

    DOI: 10.1111/btp.13065

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    PDFsmall 208. Gómez, J.M., Schupp, E.W., Jordano, P. 2022. The ecological and evolutionary significance of effectiveness landscapes in mutualistic interactions. Ecology Letters 25: 264–277.

    DOI: 10.1111/ele.13939

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    PDFsmall 207. Campo-Celada, M., Jordano, P., Benítez-López, A., Gutiérrez-Expósito, C., Rabadán-González, J., Mendoza, I. 2022. Assessing short and long-term variations in diversity, timing and body condition of frugivorous birds. Oikos 00: 000-000.

    DOI: 10.1111/oik.08387

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    PDFsmall 206. Quintero, E., Isla, J., Jordano, P. 2021. Methodological overview and data-merging approaches in the study of plant–frugivore interactions. Oikos 2022: e08379.

    DOI: 10.1111/oik.08379

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    PDFsmall 205. Friedemann, P., Corrêa-Côrtes, M., de Castro, E.R., Galetti, M., Jordano, P., Guimarães Jr., P.R. 2022. The individual-based network structure of palm-seed dispersers is
    explained by a rainforest gradient. Oikos 2022: e08384.

    DOI: 10.1111/oik.08384

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    PDFsmall 204. Lucas P Martins, Daniel B Stouffer, Pedro G Blendinger, Katrin Bohning-Gaese, Galo Buitron-Jurado, Marta Correia, Jose Miguel Costa, D Matthias Dehling, Camila I Donatti, Carine Emer, Mauro Galetti, Ruben Heleno, Pedro Jordano, Icaro Menezes, Jose Carlos Morante-Filho, Marcia C Munoz, Eike Lena Neuschulz, Marco Aurelio Pizo, Marta Quitian, Roman A Ruggera, Francisco Saavedra, Vinicio Santillan, Matthias Schleuning, Luis Pascoal da Silva, Fernanda Ribeiro da Silva, Sergio Timoteo, Anna Traveset, Maximilian GR Vollstadt, Jason M Tylianakis. 2022. Global boundaries in plant-frugivore interaction networks. Nature Communications 13 (1), 6943.

    Doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-34355-w

    Data and code can be downloaded here.

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    PDFsmall 203. Dallas, T., Jordano, P. 2022, Parasite species richness and host range are not spatially conserved. Global Ecology and Biogeography 31 (4): 663-671.201.

    DOI: 10.1111/geb.13452

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    PDFsmall 202. Jorge Isla, Miguel E Jácome‐Flores, Daniel Pareja, Pedro Jordano, P. 2022. Drivers of individual‐based, antagonistic interaction networks during plant range expansion. Journal of Ecology 110 (9): 2190-2204,

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13942

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    PDFsmall 201. Fuzessy, L., Silveira, F.A.O.,Culot, L., Jordano, P., Verdú, M. 2021. Phylogenetic congruence between Neotropical primates and plants is driven by frugivory. Ecology letters 25 (2), 320-329.

    doi: 10.1111/ele.13918
  • 2021
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    PDFsmall 200. Dallas, T.A., Jordano, P: 2021. Spatial variation in species' roles in host–helminth networks. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1837), 20200361.

    DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2020.0361

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    PDFsmall 199. Jordano, P. 2021. The Biodiversity of ecological interactions: challenges for recording and documenting the Web of Life. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 5: e75564.

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13694

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    PDFsmall 198. Arroyo-Correa, B., Bartomeus, I., Jordano, P. 2021. Individual-based plant–pollinator networks are structured by phenotypic and microsite plant traits. Journal of Ecology 109: 2832-2844.

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13694

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    PDFsmall 197. Dáttilo, W., Serio‐Silva, J.C., Thompson, J.N., Del‐Claro, K., Guimaraes Jr, P.R., Oliveira, Jordano, P., Marquis, R.J., Koptur, S. 2021. In remembrance of Victor Rico Gray (1951‐2021): An astonishing tropical ecologist. Biotropica 53 (4), 1238-1243.
    doi: 10.1111/btp.12987

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      PDFsmall 196. González-Varo, J.P., Rumeu, B., Albrecht, J., Arroyo, J.M., Bueno, R.S., Burgos, T., da Silva, L.P., Escribano-Ávila, G., Farwig, N., García, D., Heleno, R-H., Illera, J.C., Jordano, P., Kurek, P., Simmons, B.I., Virgós, E., Sutherland, W.J., Traveset, A. 2021. Limited potential for bird migration to disperse plants to cooler latitudes. Nature 595 (7865): 75-79.
      doi: 10.1038/s41586-021-03665-2

      Highlighted in NATURE by Barnabas H. Daru: Migratory birds aid the redistribution of plants to new climates

      Highlighted in NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE by Tegan Armarego-Marriott: Bird-plant dispersal limits
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      Song thrush (Turdus philomelos) eating holly berries (Ilex aquifolium) and blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) eating lentisc fruits (Pistacia lentiscus). The long fruiting period of hollies and lentiscs, from autumn to late winter, overlaps with the northward migration, therefore, song thrushes and blackcaps have the potential to disperse holly and lentisc seeds at long distances towards cooler latitudes
      (photos | left: David Chapman; right: Agustín Povedano)

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    PDFsmall 195. Dallas, T.A., Jordano, P. 2021. Species-area and network-area relationships in host–helminth interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1947), 20203143.
    doi: 10.1098/rspb.2020.3143

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    PDFsmall 193. García, M.B. and Jordano, P. (eds.) 2021. Global change impacts. vol. 7 in CSIC scientific challenges: towards 2030. Marco, J. and Moreno-Arribas, M.V. (Coord.). Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. Madrid, Spain.

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    PDFsmall 191. Finn Rehling, Bogdan Jaroszewicz, Leonie Victoria Braasch, Jörg Albrecht, Pedro Jordano, Jan Schlautmann, Nina Farwig and Dana G. Schabo. 2021. Within-species trait variation can lead to size limitations in seed dispersal of small-fruited plants. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 00: 000-000. In press.

    Doi: 10.1101/2021.09.18.460873

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    PDFsmall 190. I Ferreiro-Arias, J Isla, P Jordano, A Benítez-López. 2021. Temporal and trophic partitioning promote coexistence between mesocarnivores in a Mediterranean landscape. Ecology and Evolution 11 (22), 15520-15533.

    bioRxiv, 2020.11. 05.370403.

    Doi: 10.1101/2020.11.05.370403
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    PDFsmall 189. J Valverde, CS Carvalho, P Jordano, M Galetti. 2021. Large herbivores regulate the spatial recruitment of a hyperdominant Neotropical palm. Biotropica 53: 286-295.
    DOI: 10.1111/btp.12873

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    PDFsmall 188. González-Varo, J.P., Rumeu, B., Albrecht, J., Arroyo, J.M., Bueno, R.S., Burgos, T., da Silva, L.P., Escribano-Ávila, G., Farwig, N., García, D., Heleno, R.H., Illera, J.C., Jordano, P., Kurek, P., Simmons, B.I., Virgós, E., Sutherland, W.J., Traveset, A. 2021. Limited potential for bird migration to disperse plants to cooler latitudes. Nature 595: 75–79.
    DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-03665-2

    Data availability
    All data used in the analyses are available through the Dryad Digital Repository ( The dated phylogeny of seed plants (Spermatophyta) used to obtain our phylogenetic tree is available through GitHub ( Data on bird body weight used for size classification (Supplementary Fig. 2) were obtained from EltonTraits 1.0 available through Figshare (

    Code availability
    The R scripts used to generate all results and figures are available through the Dryad Digital Repository (

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    PDFsmall 187. Carvalho, C.S., García, C., Lucas, M.S., Jordano, P., Côrtes, M.C. 2021. Extant fruit‐eating birds promote genetically diverse seed rain, but disperse to fewer sites in defaunated tropical forests. Journal of Ecology 109:1055–1067.
    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13534
  • 2020
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    PDFsmall 186. Quintero, E., Pizo, M.A., Jordano, P. 2020. Fruit resource provisioning for avian frugivores: the overlooked side of effectiveness in seed dispersal mutualisms. Journal of Ecology 108 (4), 1358-1372.

    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13352

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    PDFsmall 185. Moleón, M., Sánchez-Zapata, J.A., Donázar, J.A., Revilla, E., Martín-López, B., Gutiérrez-Cánovas, C., Getz, W.M.Morales-Reyes, Z., Campos-Arceiz, A., Crowder, L.B.Galetti, M., González-Suárez, M., He, F., Jordano, P., Lewison, R., Naidoo, R., Owen-Smith, N., Selva, N., Svenning, J.C., Tella, J.L.Zarfl, C., Jähnig, S.C.Hayward, M.W.Faurby, SørenGarcía, N., Barnosky, A.D.Tockner, K. 2020. Rethinking megafauna. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1922), 20192643.

    DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2019.2643

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    PDFsmall 184. Anjos, D.V., Leal, L.C., Jordano, P., Del-Claro, K. 2020. Ants as diaspore removers of non‐myrmecochorous plants: a meta‐analysis. Oikos 129: 775–786.

    DOI: 10.1111/oik.06940

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    PDFsmall 183. S Díaz, W Broadgate, F Declerck, S Dobrota, C Krug, H Moersberg, ... 2020. Synthesizing the scientific evidence to inform the development of the post-2020 Global Framework on Biodiversity. Twenty-fourth meeting, Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and …

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    PDFsmall 182. Valverde, J., Carvalho, C.S., Jordano, P., Galetti, M. 2020. Large herbivores regulate the spatial recruitment of a hyperdominant Neotropical palm. Biotropica 53:286–295.

    DOI: 10.1111/btp.12873

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    PDFsmall 181. Assis, A.P.A., Thompson, J.N., Santana, P.C., Jordano, P., Bascompte, J., Guimarães Jr., P. 2020. Genetic correlations and ecological networks shape coevolving mutualisms. Ecology Letters 23 (12), 1789-1799.

    DOI: 10.1111/ele.13605

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    PDFsmall 180. Jácome-Flores M.E., Pizo, M.A., Jordano P., Delibes M., Fedriani J. M. 2020. Interaction motifs variability in a Mediterranean palm under environmental disturbances: the mutualism-antagonism continuum. Oikos 129: 367-379.

    Doi: 10.1111/oik.06688

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    PDFsmall 179. Villar, N., Siqueira, T., Zipparro, V., Farah, F., Schmaedecke, G., Hortenci, L., Brocardo, C., Jordano, P., Galetti, M. (2020). The cryptic regulation of diversity by functionally complementary large tropical forest herbivores. J Ecol, 108, 279–290.

    Doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.13257

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    PDFsmall 178. Emer, C., Jordano, P., Pizo, M.A., Ribeiro, M.C., Silva, F.R. & Galetti, M. (2020). Seed dispersal networks in tropical forest fragments: Area effects, remnant species, and interaction diversity. Biotropica, 52, 81–89.

    Doi: 10.1111/btp.12738
  • 2019
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    PDFsmall 177. San-José, M., Arroyo-Rodríguez, V., Jordano, P., Meave, J.A. & Martínez-Ramos, M. (2019). The scale of landscape effect on seed dispersal depends on both response variables and landscape predictor. Landscape Ecol, 34, 1069–1080.

    Doi: 10.1007/s10980-019-00821-y

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    PDFsmall 176. González-Varo, J.P., Díaz-García, S., Arroyo, J.M., Jordano, P. 2019. Seed dispersal by dispersing juvenile animals: a source of functional connectivity in fragmented landscapes. Biology Letters 15 (7), 20190264.

    doi: 10.1111/brv.12481

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    PDFsmall 175. Gómez, J.M., Schupp, E.W., Jordano, P. 2018. Synzoochory: the ecological and evolutionary relevance of a dual interaction. Biological Reviews 94: 874-902.

    doi: 10.1111/brv.12481

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    PDFsmall 174. Dáttilo, W.; Vizentin-Bugoni, J.; Debastiani, V.; Jordano, P.; Izzo, T.J. 2019. The influence of spatial sampling scales on ant-plant interaction network architecture. Journal of Animal Ecology 88: 903-914.

    doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12978
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    droppedImage_3 173. Valido, A.; Rodríguez-Rodríguez, M.C.; Jordano, P. 2019. Honeybees disrupt the structure and functionality of plant-pollinator networks. Scientific Reports 9: 4711.

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-41271-5

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    droppedImage_3 172. Hutchinson M., Bramon M.B., Pilosof S., Barner A., Kéfi S., Thebault E., Jordano P., Stouffer D. 2019. Seeing the forest for the trees: putting multilayer networks to work for community ecology. Functional Ecology 33: 206-217.

    doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13237

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    droppedImage_3 171. González‐Varo, J.P., Arroyo, J.M. and Jordano, P. 2019. The timing of frugivore‐mediated seed dispersal effectiveness. Molecular Ecology 28: 219-231.

    doi: 10.1111/mec.14850

  • 2018
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    PDFsmall 170. Sinnott-Armstrong, M.A., Downie, A.E., Federman, S., Valido, A., Jordano, P., Donoghue, M.J. 2018. Global geographic patterns in the colors and sizes of animal-dispersed fruits. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 1339-1351.

    doi: 10.1111/geb.12801

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    PDFsmall 169. Brancalion, P.H.S., Bello, C., Chazdon, R.L., Galetti, M., Jordano, P., Lima, R.A.F., Medina, A., Pizo, M.A., Reid, J.L. 2018. Maximizing biodiversity conservation and carbon stocking in restored tropical forests. Conservation Letters 11: e12454.

    doi: 10.1111/conl.12454

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    droppedImage_3 168. Miguel, M.F., Jordano, P., Tabeni, S., and Campos, C.M. 2018. Context-dependency and anthropogenic effects on individual plant-frugivore networks. Oikos 127: 1045-1059.

    doi: 10.1111/oik.04978

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    droppedImage_3 167. Simmons, B., Sutherland, W.J., Dicks, L.V., Albrecht, J., Farwig, N., García, D., Jordano, P. and González-Varo, J.P. 2018. Moving from frugivory to seed dispersal: incorporating the functional outcomes of interactions in plant-frugivore networks. Journal of Animal Ecology 87(4): 995-1007. In press.

    doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12831

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    droppedImage_3 166. Pérez-Méndez, N., Jordano, P. Valido, A. 2017. Persisting in defaunated landscapes: reduced plant population connectivity after seed dispersal collapse. Journal of Ecology 106 (3): 936-947.

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    droppedImage_3 165. Galetti, M., Moleón, M., Jordano, P., Pires, M., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Pape, T., Nichols, E., Hansen, D., Olesen, J.M., Munk, M., de Mattos, J.S., Schweiger, A.H., Owen-Smith, N., Johnson, C.N., Marquis, R.J., Svenning, J.C. 2018. Ecological and evolutionary legacy of megafauna extinction. Biological Reviews 93: 845–862.

    doi: 10.1111/brv.12374

    droppedImage_3 164.Emer, C., Galetti, M., Pizo, M.A., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Moraes, S., Piratelli, A., Jordano, P. 2018. Seed-dispersal in a fragmented hotspot of biodiversity - a metanetwork approach. Ecology Letters, 21, 484–493.

    doi: 10.1111/ele.12909

    Our paper was highlighted in the issue cover. Photo (by Pedro Jordano): Black-fronted guan (Abrurria jacutinga) feeding on juçara palm (Euterpe edulis) fruits.

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    droppedImage_3 163.Pires, M.M., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Galetti, M., and Jordano, P. 2018. Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions and the functional loss of long-distance seed-dispersal services. Ecography 41: 153–163.

    doi: 10.1111/ecog.03163

    Illustration: Carl Buell.

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    droppedImage_3 162.Moracho, E., Jordano, P., and Hampe, A. 2018. Drivers of tree fecundity in Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) refugial populations at the species’ southwestern range margin. Plant Biology 20: 195–202.
    doi: 10.1111/plb.12578

  • 2016/2017


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    droppedImage_3 161. Guimarães Jr., P.R., Pires, M.M., Jordano, P., Bascompte, J., Thompson, J.N. 2017. Indirect effects drive coevolution in mutualistic networks. Nature 550: 511-515.


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    droppedImage_3 160. Fontúrbel, F., Jordano, P. and Medel, R. 2017. Plant-animal mutualism effectiveness in native and transformed habitats: Assessing the coupled outcomes of pollination and seed dispersal. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics
    Volume 28: 87-95.

    doi: 10.1016/j.ppees.2017.09.003
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    droppedImage_3 159. Fagundes, R., Dáttilo, W., Ribeiro, S.P., Rico-Gray, V., Jordano, P. and Del-Claro, K. 2017. Differences among ant species in plant protection are related to production of extrafloral nectar and degree of leaf herbivory. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122: 71–83.

    doi: 10.1093/biolinnean/blx059

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    droppedImage_3 158. González-Varo, J.P., Carvalho, C.S., Arroyo, J.M. and Jordano, P. 2017. Unravelling seed dispersal through fragmented landscapes: Frugivore species operate unevenly as mobile links. Molecular Ecology 26: 4309–4321.

    doi: 10.1111/mec.14181

    The art by @equinoxgraphics, highlighted in Molecular Ecology journal cover. The illustration represents the empirical trajectories of animal-mediated seed dispersal events in a real, complex landscape in SW Spain.
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    droppedImage_3 157. Schupp E.W., Jordano P. and Gómez J.M. 2017. A general framework for effectiveness concepts in plant-animal mutualisms. Ecology Letters 20: 577–590. [Ideas and Perspectives]
    doi: 10.1111/ele.12764

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    droppedImage_3 156. Rodríguez-Rodríguez M.C., Jordano P., and Valido A. 2017. Functional consequences of plant-animal interaction motifs along the mutualism-antagonism gradient. Ecology 98: 1266–1276.
    dos: 10.1002/ecy.1756

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    droppedImage_3 155. Bello C., Galetti M., Montan D., Pizo M., Mariguela T., Culot L., Bufalo F., Labecca F., Pedrosa F., Constantini R., Emer C., Silva W., da Silva F.R., Ovaskainen O., Jordano P. 2016. ATLANTIC-Frugivory: A plant-frugivore interactions dataset for the Atlantic forest. Ecology, 98(6): 1729-1729.

    doi: 10.1002/ecy.1818

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    droppedImage_3 154. García, C., Klein, E., Jordano, P. 2017. Dispersal processes driving plant movement: challenges for understanding and predicting range shifts in a changing world. Journal of Ecology, 105: 1-5.
    doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12705

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    droppedImage_3 153. Jordano, P. 2017. What is long-distance dispersal? And a taxonomy of dispersal events. Journal of Ecology, 105: 75-84.

    doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12690
    GitHub repo here.

  • 2016
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    droppedImage_3 152. Jordano, P. 2016. Sampling networks of ecological interactions. Functional Ecology, 30: 1883–1893.

    Lay summary is here.
    GitHub repo here.
    doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12763
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    droppedImage_3 151. Dáttilo W., Rodríguez N., Jordano P.; Guimarães-Jr P.R., Thompson J.N., Marquis R., Medeiros L., Pulido, R., Marcos-García M., Rico-Gray V. 2016. Unraveling Darwin's entangled bank: architecture and robustness of mutualistic networks with multiple interaction types. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 238: 20161564. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1564

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    droppedImage_3 150. González-García F., Roberto Sosa-López J., Ornelas J.F., Jordano P., Rico-Gray V., Urios-Moliner V. 2016. Individual variation in the booming calls of captive Horned Guans (Oreophasis derbianus): an endangered Neotropical mountain bird, Bioacoustics, 26(2): 185-198.
    doi: 10.1080/09524622.2016.1233513

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    droppedImage_3 149. Jordano, P. 2016. Natural history matters: how biological constraints shape diversified interactions in pollination networks. In Focus. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85: 1423–1426.
    Photo: courtesy Andrea Cocucci.
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    148. Jordano, P. 2016. Chasing ecological interactions [Invited commentary, Research Matters section]. PLoS Biology, 14(9): e1002559.
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    droppedImage_3 147. da Silva-Carvalho, C., Galetti, M., Colevatti, R., Jordano, P. 2016. Defaunation signals on the genetic structure of early recruitment in a keystone palm. Scientific Reports, 6: 31957.
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    droppedImage_3 146. Moracho, E., Moreno, G., Jordano, P., and Hampe, A. 2016 . Unusually limited pollen dispersal and connectivity of Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) refugial populations at the species’ southern range margin. Molecular Ecology, 25: 3319–3331.
    doi: 10.1111/mec.13692

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    droppedImage_3 145. Pérez-Méndez, N., Jordano, P., García, C., and Valido, A. 2016. The signatures of Anthropocene defaunation: cascading effects of the seed dispersal collapse. Scientific Reports, 6: 24820.
    doi: 10.1038/srep24820
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    droppedImage_3 144. Rother, D.C., Pizo, M.A. and Jordano, P. 2016. Variation in seed dispersal effectiveness: the redundancy of consequences in diversified neotropical frugivore assemblages. Oikos, 125: 336–342.
    doi: 10.1111/oik.02629

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    droppedImage_3 143. Dehling, D.M., Jordano, P., Schaefer, H.M., Böhning-Gaese, K., Schleuning, M. 2016. Morphology predicts species' functional roles and their degree of specialisation in plant-frugivore interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20152444.
    doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.2444

  • 2015
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    droppedImage_3 142. Bello C., Galetti M., Pizo M.A., Magnago L.F.S., Ferreira Rocha M., Lima R.A.F., Peres C.A., Ovaskainen O., and Jordano P. 2015. Defaunation affects carbon storage in tropical forests. Science Advances, 1(11): e1501105
    doi: 10.1126/sciadv.1501105
    See commentaries in The Guardian, Mongabay, and The Washington Post.

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    droppedImage_3 141. Rodríguez-Rodríguez, M.C., Jordano, P. and Valido, A. 2015. Hotspots of damage by antagonists shape the spatial structure of plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology, 96:2181–2191. doi: 10.1890/14-2467.1

    droppedImage_3 140. Fontúrbel, F.E., Jordano, P., Medel, R. 2015. Scale-dependent responses of pollination and seed dispersal mutualisms in a habitat transformation scenario. Journal of Ecology, 103 (5): 1334–1343.
    doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12443

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    droppedImage_3 139. Rother, D.C., Pizo, M.A., Siqueira, T., Rodrigues, R.R., Jordano, P. 2015. Spatial and temporal discordance of seed-seedling shadows in the Atlantic forest hotspot: delayed effects of avian frugivores. PLoS One, 10(4): e0123346.
    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123346
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    droppedImage_3 138. Perez-Méndez, N., Jordano, P. and Valido, A. 2015. Downsized mutualisms: consequences of seed dispersers’ body-size reduction for early plant recruitment. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 17: 151-159.
    doi: 10.1016/j.ppees.2014.12.001
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    droppedImage_3 137. Valiente-Banuet, A., Aizen, M., Alcántara, J., Arroyo, J., Cocucci, A., Galetti, M., García, M., García, D., Gómez, J., Jordano, P., Medel, R., Navarro, L., Obeso, J., Oviedo, R., Ramírez, N., Rey, P., Traveset, A., Verdú, M., Zamora, R. 2015. Beyond species loss: the extinction of ecological interactions in a changing world. Functional Ecology, 29: 299-307.
    doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12356 Here is an extended, general summary of the paper.

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    droppedImage_3 136. Trøjelsgaard, K., Jordano, P., Carstensen, D.W., and Olesen, J.M. 2015. Geographic variation in mutualistic networks: Similarity, turnover, and partner fidelity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 282: 20142925.
  • 2014
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    droppedImage_3 135. Garcia C., Moracho E., Diaz-Delgado R. and Jordano P. 2014. Natural regeneration and population expansion of an endozoochorous species: a spatio-temporal approach. Journal of Ecology, 102: 1562–1571.
    doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12297
    droppedImage_3 134. González-Varo JP, Arroyo JM, Jordano P. 2014. Finding the bird that dispersed the seeds. Barcode Bulletin 5, 10–11.

    droppedImage_3 133. Dehling, D.M., Töpfer, T., Schaefer, H.M., Jordano, P., Böhning-Gaese, K. and Schleuning, M. 2014. Functional relationships beyond species richness patterns: trait matching in plant-bird mutualisms across scales. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23: 1085-1093.
    doi: 10.1111/geb.12193

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    droppedImage_3 132. Jordano, P. 2014. Biotic interactions as Nature’s ornaments: a view from the tropics. BioScience 64: 630-631.
    [A recension of the book: T.H. Fleming & W.J. Kress (2013) The Ornaments of Life. Coevolution and Conservation in the Tropics. Chicago University Press, Chicago, IL. ISBN: 9780226253404]

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    droppedImage_3 131. González-Varo, J.P., Arroyo, J.M., and Jordano, P. 2014. Who dispersed the seeds? The use of DNA barcoding in frugivory and seed dispersal studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 806–814.
    doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12212
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    droppedImage_3 130. Schaefer, H.M., Valido, A., Jordano, P. 2014. Birds see the true colours of fruits to live off the fat of the land. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 281(1777): 20132516.
    doi: 10.1098/rspb.2013.2516
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    129. Jordano, P. 2014. Fruits and frugivory. In: Gallagher, R.S. (ed.). Seeds: the ecology of regeneration of plant communities. 3rd edition, pp.: 18-61. CABI, Wallingford, UK. ISBN-13: 978 1 78064 183 6
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    droppedImage_3 128. Renoult, J.P., Valido, A., Jordano, P., and Schaefer, H. M. 2013. Adaptation of flower and fruit colours to multiple, distinct mutualists. New Phytologist 201: 678–686.
    doi: 10.1111/nph.12539

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    127. Heleno, R., García, C., Jordano, P., Traveset, A., Gómez, J.M., Blüthgen, N., Memmott, J., Moora, M., Cerdeira, J., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., Freitas, H., Olesen, J.M. 2014. Ecological networks: delving into the architecture of biodiversity. Biology Letters 10: 20131000. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2013.1000 1744-957X

    126. Bascompte, J. and Jordano, P. 2014. Mutualistic networks. Monographs in Population Biology Series, no. 53. Princeton University Press, Princeton, USA. ISBN: 9780691131269
    Link to PUP web page.
    The preface [droppedImage_3] and Chapter 1 [droppedImage_3] are available. In Amazon.
    Nominated by the British Ecological Society for the BES Marsh Ecology Book of the Year Award, 2016. Honored sharing this with three other titles.

    Mutualistic interactions among plants and animals have played a paramount role in shaping biodiversity. Yet the majority of studies on mutualistic interactions have involved only a few species, as opposed to broader mutual connections between communities of organisms. Mutualistic Networks is the first book to comprehensively explore this burgeoning field. Integrating different approaches, from the statistical description of network structures to the development of new analytical frameworks, we describe the architecture of these mutualistic networks and show their importance for the robustness of biodiversity and the coevolutionary process.
    Making a case for why we should care about mutualisms and their complex networks, this book offers a new perspective on the study and synthesis of this growing area for ecologists and evolutionary biologists.
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  • 2013
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    droppedImage_3 125. Díaz, S., Purvis, A., Cornelissen, J.H.C., Mace, G.M., Donoghue, G.M., Ewers, R.M., Jordano, P., Pearse, W.D. (2013). Functional traits, the phylogeny of function, and ecosystem service vulnerability. Ecology and Evolution 3: 2958–2975.
    doi: 10.1002/ece3.601
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    droppedImage_3 124. Rodríguez-Rodríguez, M.C., Jordano, P., and Valido, A. 2013. Quantity and quality components of effectiveness in insular pollinator assemblages. Oecologia 173: 179-190.
    doi: 10.1007/s00442-013-2606-y
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    droppedImage_3 123. Galetti M., Guevara R., Côrtes M., Fadini R., Von Matter S., Leite A.B., Labecca F., Ribeiro T., Carvalho C., Collevatti R.G., Pires M.M., Guimarães Jr. P.R., Brancalion P.H., Ribeiro M.C., Jordano P. 2013. Functional extinction of birds drives rapid evolutionary changes in seed size. Science 340 (6136): 1086-1090.
    doi: 10.1126/science.1233774.
    Photo: Guto Balieiro. Black-billed toucan Ramphastos vitellinus ssp. ariel on Euterpe edulis fruits.
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    droppedImage_3 122. Rother, D., Pizo, M.A., Rodrigues, R.R., and Jordano, P. 2013. Demographic bottlenecks in tropical plant regeneration: a comparative analysis of causal inferences. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15: 86–96.
  • 2012
    droppedImage_3 121. Nuismer, S.L., Jordano, P., and Bascompte, J. 2012. Coevolution and the architecture of mutualistic networks. Evolution 67: 338–354.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01801.x

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    droppedImage_3 120. J.S. Markl, M. Schleuning, P.M. Forget, P. Jordano, J.E. Lambert, A. Traveset, SJ. Wright, and K. Böhning-Gaese. 2012. The impact of human disturbance on seed dispersal by animals: a review of evidence. Conservation Biology 26: 1072-1081.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01927.x
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    droppedImage_3 119. M. Hagen, W.D. Kissling, C. Rasmussen, M.A.M. De Aguiar, L. Brown, D.W. Carstensen, I. Alves-Dos-Santos, Y.L. Dupont, F.K. Edwards, J. Genini, P.R. Guimarães Jr., G.B. Jenkins, P. Jordano, C.N. Kaiser-Bunbury, M. Ledger, K.P. Maia, F.M. Darcie Marquitti, Ó. Mclaughlin, L.P.C. Morellato, E.J. O’gorman, K. Trøjelsgaard, J.M. Tylianakis, M.M. Vidal, G. Woodward and J.M. Olesen. 2012. Ecological networks in a fragmented world. Advances in Ecological Research 46: 89-210.
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    118. Jordano, P. 2012. AFTERWORD to: Manipulation of plant phenotypes by insects and insect-borne pathogens. By M.C. Mescher, in: "Host Manipulation by Parasites", ed D.P. Hughes, J. Brodeur and F. Thomas. pp. 93-94. Oxford University Press.
    Preview here.
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    droppedImage_3 117. Sazima, C., Jordano, P., Guimarães Jr., P.R., dos Reis, S.F., and Sazima, I. 2012. Cleaning associations between birds and herbivorous mammals in Brazil: structure and complexity. Auk 129: 36−43.
    doi: 10.1525/auk.2011.11144
  • 2011
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    droppedImage_3 116. Forget, P.M., Jordano, P., Lambert, J.E., Böhning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A., and Wright, S.J. 2011. Frugivores and seed dispersal (1985–2010); the "seeds" dispersed, established and matured. Acta Oecologica 37: 517–52.
    This is the preface to the AO special volume of the 5th International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal (1985-2010), Montpellier, France.
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    droppedImage_3 115. Valido, A., Rodríguez-Rodríguez, M.C., and Jordano, P. (2011). Interacciones entre plantas y polinizadores en el Parque Nacional del Teide: consecuencias ecológicas de la introducción masiva de la abeja doméstica (Apis mellifera, Apidae). Pp.: 205-231 in MMARM (ed.). Proyectos de investigacion en Parques Nacionales. MARM, Madrid.
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    droppedImage_3 114. Schupp, E.W. and Jordano, P. 2011.The full path of Janzen-Connell effects: genetic tracking of seeds to adult plant recruitment. Molecular Ecology 20: 3953-3955. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05202.x
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    droppedImage_3 113. Guimarães Jr., P., Jordano, P. and Thompson, J.N. 2011. Evolution and coevolution in mutualistic networks. Ecology Letters14: 877-885. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01649.x
    A commentary in Science Editor's Choice section (Sept 2, 2011; vol. 333: 1201) is here.
    droppedImage_3 112. Mello, M.A.R., Marquitti, F.M.D., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Kalko, E.K.V., Jordano, P. and Aguiar, M.A.M. 2011. The modularity of seed dispersal: differences iin structure and robustness between bat- and bird-fruit interaction networks. Oecologia 167: 131-140. doi: 10.1007/s00442-011-1984-2
    droppedImage_3 111. Jordano, P., Forget, P.M., Lambert, J.E., Böhning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A., and Wright, S.J. 2011. Frugivores and seed dispersal: mechanisms and consequences for biodiversity of a key ecological interaction. Biology Letters 7: 321-323. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0986 This is a meeting report of the 5th International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal (1985-2010) in Montpellier, France.
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    droppedImage_3 110. Valido, A., Schaefer, H.M. and Jordano, P. 2011.Colour, design, and reward: phenotypic integration of fleshy fruit displays. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 751-760. doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02206.x
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    droppedImage_3 109. Mello, M.A.R., Marquitti, F.M.D., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Kalko, E.K.V., Jordano, P. and Aguiar, M.A.M. 2011. The missing part of seed dispersal networks: structure and robustness of bat-fruit interactions. PLoS One 6(2): e17395.
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    droppedImage_3 108. Olesen, J.M., Bascompte, J., Dupont, Y.L., Elberling, H. and Jordano, P. 2011. Missing and forbidden links in mutualistic networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 278: 725-732.
    doi: 10.1098/rspb.2010.1371
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    droppedImage_3 107. Gómez, J.M., Jordano, P. and Perfectti, F. 2011.The functional consequences of mutualistic network architecture. PLoS One, 6(1): e16143.

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  • 2010
    droppedImage_3 106. Rodríguez-Sánchez, F., Hampe, A., Jordano, P. and Arroyo, J. 2010. Past tree range dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula inferred through phylogeography and palaeodistribution modelling: A review. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 162: 507-521.doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2010.03.008
    droppedImage_3 105. Jordano, P. and Galetti, M. 2010. Curso Latino Americano de frugivoría y dispersión de semillas. Ecosistemas 19 (3): 89-93. Septiembre 2010.
    Brief presentation and overview of the 2010 field course.
    droppedImage_3 104. Verdú, M., Jordano, P. and Valiente-Banuet, A. 2010.The phylogenetic structure of plant facilitation networks changes with competition. Journal of Ecology 98: 1454–1461.
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    droppedImage_3 103. Jordano, P. 2010. Pollen, seeds, and genes: the movement ecology of plants. Heredity 105: 329-330.
    This is a comment on Richard Ennos' 1994 paper in Heredity: [Ennos RA (1994). Estimating the relative rates of pollen and seed migration among plant populations. Heredity 72: 250–259.]
    droppedImage_3 102. Bascompte, J., Aizen, M., Fontaine, C., Fortuna, M.A., Jordano, P., Lewinsohn, T.M., Memmott, J., Olesen, J.M., Petanidou, T., Rico-Gray, V., and Thompson, J.N. 2010. Symposium 6: Mutualistic netoworks. Reports from the ESA Annual Meeting. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, July 2010: 367-370.
    droppedImage_3 101. Fortuna, M.A., Stouffer, D.B., Olesen, J.M., Jordano, P., Mouillot, D., Krasnov, B.R., Poulin, R., and Bascompte, J. 2010. Nestedness versus modularity in ecological networks: two sides of the same coin?. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 811-817.
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    droppedImage_3 100. Schupp, E. W., Jordano, P. and Gómez, J.M. 2010. Seed dispersal effectiveness revisited: a conceptual review. New Phytologist 188: 333-353.
    This is a Tansley Review for New Phytologist.
    droppedImage_3 99. Arroyo, J.M., Rigueiro, C., Rodríguez, R., Hampe, A., Valido, A., Rodríguez-Sánchez, F. and Jordano, P. 2010. Isolation and characterization of 20 microsatellite loci for laurel species (gen. Laurus, Lauraceae). American Journal of Botany [AJB Primer Notes & Protocols]: e26-e30. doi:10.3732/ajb.1000069
    droppedImage_3 98. Jordano, P. 2010. Coevolution in multi-specific interactions among free-living species. Evolution: Education and Outreach 3: 40-46.
    [EEOu Special issue on Coevolution]
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    droppedImage_3 97. Díaz-Castelazo, C., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Jordano, P., Thompson, J.N., Marquis, R.J. and Rico-Gray, V. 2010. Changes of a mutualistic network over time: reanalysis over a 10-year period. Ecology 91: 793-801.
    Photo: Cecilia Diaz-Castelazo. Camponotus planatus on Crotalaria extrafloral nectary.
  • 2009
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    droppedImage_3 96. Jordano, P., D. Vázquez y J. Bascompte. 2009. Redes complejas de interacciones planta-animal. En: Medel, R., Aizen, M., Zamora, R.(eds). Ecología y evolución de las interacciones planta-animal: conceptos y aplicaciones. Editorial Universitaria, Santiago, Chile. Págs.: 17-41.
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    droppedImage_3 95. García, C., P. Jordano, J.M. Arroyo and J.A. Godoy. 2009. Maternal genetic correlations in the seed rain: effects of frugivore activity in heterogeneous landscapes. Journal of Ecology 97: 1424–1435.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2009.01577.x

    droppedImage_3 94. Rigueiro, C., Arroyo, J.M., Valido, A. and Jordano, P. 2009. Isolation and characterization of 13 microsatellite loci for Neochamaelea pulverulenta (Cneoraceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1497-1500.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2009.02701.x

    droppedImage_3 93. García, C., Godoy, J.A., and Jordano, P. 2009. On gene dispersal studies in complex landscapes: a reply to the comment on García et al. (2005, 2007). Molecular Ecology 18, 4536–4540.

    droppedImage_3 92. Arroyo, J.M., Rodríguez, R., Rigueiro, C., Hampe, A. and Jordano, P. 2009. Isolation and characterization of 12 microsatellite loci forRhamnus alaternus (Rhamnaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1216-1218.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2009.02657.x

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    droppedImage_3 91. Carnicer, J., Jordano, P., and Melián, C. 2009. The temporal dynamics of resource use by frugivorous birds: a network approach. Ecology 90: 1958-1970. doi: 10.1890/07-1939.1.
    Comment in Faculty1000.

    droppedImage_3 90. Rigueiro, C., Arroyo, J.M., Rodríguez, R., Hampe, A. and Jordano, P. 2009. Isolation and characterization of 16 polymorphic microsatellite loci for Frangula alnus (Rhamnaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 986-989.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2009.02527.x

    droppedImage_3 89. Melián, C.J., Bascompte, J., Jordano, P. and Krivan, V. 2009. Diversity in a complex ecological network with two interaction types.Oikos 118: 122-130. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2008.16751.x

  • 2008
    droppedImage_3 88. Krishna, A., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Jordano, P. and Bascompte, J. 2008. A neutral-niche theory of mutualistic networks. Oikos, 117: 1609-1618.

    droppedImage_3 87. Olesen, J.M., Bascompte, J., Elberling, H., and Jordano, P. 2008. Temporal dynamics in a pollination network. Ecology 89: 1573-1582.

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    droppedImage_3 86. Bascompte, J. y Jordano, P. 2008. Redes mutualistas de especies. Investigación y Ciencia. September issue.

    droppedImage_3 85. Carnicer, J., Abrams, P., and Jordano, P. 2008. Switching behavior, coexistence and diversification: contrasting empirical community-wide evidence with theoretical predictions. Ecology Letters 11: 802-808.

    droppedImage_3 84. Hampe, A., García-Castaño, J.L., Schupp, E.W., and Jordano, P. 2008. Initial recruitment of vertebrate-dispersed woody plants: a spatially explicit analysis across years. Journal of Ecology, 96: 668-678.

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    droppedImage_3 83. Almeida-Neto, M., Campassi, F., Galetti, M., Jordano, P. and Oliveira-Filho, A. 2008. Large-scale patterns of vertebrate dispersed fruits along the Atlantic Rain Forest. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17: 503-513.

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    droppedImage_3 82. Guimarães Jr, P., Galetti, M. and Jordano, P. 2008. Seed dispersal anachronisms: rethinking the fruits extinct megafauna ate. PLOS One, 3(3): e1745.

  • 2007
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    droppedImage_3 81. Olesen, J.M., Bascompte, J., Dupont, Y., and Jordano, P. 2007. The modularity of pollination networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 104: 19891-19896.

    droppedImage_3 80. Guimarães Jr., P. R., G. Machado, M.A.M. de Aguiar, P. Jordano, J. Bascompte, A. Pinheiro, S. F. dos Reis. 2007. Build-up mechanisms determining the topology of mutualistic networks. Journal of Theoretical Biology 249: 181-189.

    droppedImage_3 79. Carnicer, J., Brotons, Ll., Sol, D., Jordano, P. 2007. Community based processes behind species richness gradients: contrasting abundance-extinction dynamics and sampling effects in low- and high productivity areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16: 709–719.

    droppedImage_3 78. Rezende E., Jordano P., y Bascompte J. 2007. Effects of phenotypic complementarity and phylogeny on the nested structure of mutualistic networks. Oikos 116: 1919-1929.

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    droppedImage_3 77. Bascompte, J. and P. Jordano. 2007. The structure of plant-animal mutualistic networks: the architecture of biodiversity. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 38: 567-593.

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    droppedImage_3 76. Donatti, C.I., Galetti, M., Pizo, M.A., Guimarães Jr., P.R., and Jordano, P. 2007. Living in the land of ghosts: Fruit traits and the importance of large mammals as seed dispersers in the Pantanal, Brazil. Pages 104-123 in: Dennis, A., Green, R., Schupp, E.W., and Wescott, D. (eds.). Frugivory and seed dispersal: theory and applications in a changing world. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International, Wallingford, UK.

    A sample of chapter (including the book table of contents) is here.

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    droppedImage_3 75. Godínez, H. and Jordano, P. 2007. Seed dispersal by frugivores: An empirical approach to analyze their demographic consequences. Pages 391-406 in: Dennis, A., Green, R., Schupp, E.W., and Wescott, D. (eds.). Frugivory and seed dispersal: theory and applications in a changing world. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International, Wallingford, UK.

    A sample of chapter (including the book table of contents) is here.

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    droppedImage_3 74. Jordano, P. 2007. Frugivores, seeds and genes: analysing the key elements of seed shadows. Pages 229-251 in: Dennis, A., Green, R., Schupp, E.W., and Wescott, D. (eds.). Frugivory and seed dispersal: theory and applications in a changing world. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International, Wallingford, UK.

    A sample of chapter (including the book table of contents) is here.

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    droppedImage_3 73. Rezende, E., Lavabre, J., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Jordano, P. and Bascompte, J. 2007. Non-random coextinctions in phylogenetically structured mutualistic networks. Nature 448: 925-928. Supplementary material is here: and here (.xls file). The accompanying comment in 'News and Views' section is here.

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    droppedImage_3 72. García, C., P. Jordano and J.A. Godoy. 2007. Contemporary pollen and seed dispersal in a Prunus mahaleb population: patterns in distance and direction. Molecular Ecology, 16: 1947-1955.

    droppedImage_3 71. Sagnard, F., C. Pichot, P. Dreyfus, P. Jordano, and B. Fady. 2007. Modelling seed dispersal to predict seedling recruitment: recolonization dynamics in a plantation forest. Ecological Modelling, 203: 464-474.

    droppedImage_3 70. Duminil, J., Fineschi, S., Hampe, A., Jordano, P., Salvini, D., Vendramin, G.G., and Petit, R.J. 2007. Can plant population genetic structure be predicted from life history traits? American Naturalist 169: 662-672.

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    droppedImage_3 69. Jordano, P., C. García, J.A. Godoy, and J.L. García-Castaño. 2007. Differential contribution of frugivores to complex seed dispersal patterns. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences USA, 104: 3278-3282. The acompanying comment in 'Perspectives in Science' section of Science journal is here. The commentary in Science Editor's Choice is here. A comment appeared in Current Biology is here.

  • 2006
    droppedImage_3 68. Bascompte, J., Jordano, P., and J.M. Olesen. 2006. Response to Comment on ‘‘Asymmetric Coevolutionary Networks Facilitate Biodiversity Maintenance’’. Science 313: 1887c.
    The accompanying technical comment by Holland et al. is here. The pdf file includes Supplementary Material.

    droppedImage_3 67. García-Castaño, J.L., Jordano, P. and Kollmann, J. 2006. Spatial variation of post-dispersal seed removal by rodents in highland microhabitats of Spain and Switzerland. Seed Science Research, 16: 213-222.

    droppedImage_3 66. Jordano, P., M. Galetti, M.A. Pizo, and W.R. Silva. 2006. Ligando frugivoria e dispersão de sementes à biologia da conservação. Pages 411-436, In:Duarte, C.F., Bergallo, H.G., Dos Santos, M.A., and Va, A.E. (eds.). Biologia da conservação: essências. Editorial Rima, São Paulo, Brasil.

    droppedImage_3 65. Olesen, J.M., Bascompte, J., Dupont, Y., and Jordano, P. 2006. The smallest of all worlds: pollination networks. Journal of Theoretical Biology 240: 270-276.

    droppedImage_3 64. Galetti, M., Donatti, C.I., Pires, A., Guimarães Jr, P.R. and Jordano, P. 2006. Seed survival and dispersal of an endemic Atlantic forest palm: the combined effects of defaunation and forest fragmentation. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 151: 141-149.

    droppedImage_3 63. Bascompte, J., Jordano, P., and J.M. Olesen. 2006. Asymmetric coevolutionary networks facilitate biodiversity maintenance. Science 312: 431-433.
    The pdf file includes Supplementary Material. The acompanying comment by John N. Thompson in 'Perspectives in Science' is here.
    This paper received the
    Mercer Award of the Ecological Society of America, 2007.

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    droppedImage_3 62. Bascompte, J. and Jordano, P. 2006. The structure of plant-animal mutualistic networks. In: Pascual, M. and Dunne, J. (eds.). Ecological networks. Linking structure to dynamics in food webs. Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity. Oxford University Press, Oxford, US. Pages: 143-159.

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    droppedImage_3 61. Lewinsohn, T. M., Prado, P., Jordano, P., Bascompte, J. & Olesen, J. M. 2006. Structure in plant-animal interaction assemblages. Oikos113: 174-184.

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    droppedImage_3 60. Jordano, P., Bascompte, J. and Olesen, J.M. 2006. The ecological consequences of complex topology and nested structure in pollination webs. In: Waser, N.M. and J. Ollerton (eds.). Specialization and generalization in plant-pollinator interactions. University of Chicago Press, EEUU. Pages: 173-199.

  • 2004/2005
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    droppedImage_3 59. Vázquez, D.P., Morris, W.F., and Jordano, P. 2005. Interaction frequency as a surrogate for the total effect of animal mutualists on plants. Ecology Letters, 8: 1088-1094.

    droppedImage_3 58. Melián, C.J., Bascompte, J., and Jordano, P. 2005. Spatial structure and dynamics in a marine food web. Pages 19-24 in Belgrano, A., Scharler, U., Dunne, J., and Ulanowicz, R., eds. Aquatic Food Webs: an Ecosystem Approach. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

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    droppedImage_3 57. Mello, M.A.R., Leiner, N.O., Guimarães Jr, P.R., Jordano, P. 2005. Size-based fruit selection of Calophyllum brasiliense (Clusiaceae) by bats of the genus Artibeus (Phyllostomidae) in a Restinga area, southeastern Brazil. Acta Chiropterologica, 7: 179-182.

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    droppedImage_3 56. García, C., Arroyo, J.M., Godoy, J.A. and P. Jordano. 2005. Mating patterns, pollen dispersal, and the ecological maternal neighbourhood in a Prunus mahaleb L. population. Molecular Ecology 14: 1821-1830.

    droppedImage_3 55. Guimarães Jr., P.R., de Aguiar, M.A.M., Bascompte, J., Jordano, P., and Furtado dos Reis, S. 2005. Random initial condition in small Barabasi-Albert networks and deviations from the scale-free behavior. Physical Review E, 71: 037101.

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    droppedImage_3 54. Jordano, P., Pulido, F., Arroyo, J., García-Castaño, J.L. y García-Fayos, P. 2004. Procesos de limitación demográfica. En: Valladares, F. (ed.). Ecología del bosque mediterráneo en un mundo cambiante. Págs. 229-248. Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, EGRAF, S.A., Madrid. ISBN: 84-8014-552-8. A pdf version of this book can be found in the GLOBIMED site.

    droppedImage_3 53. Arroyo, J., Carrión, J.S., Hampe, A. y Jordano, P. 2004. La distribución de especies a diferentes escalas espacio-temporales. En: Valladares, F. (ed.). Ecología del bosque mediterráneo en un mundo cambiante. Págs. 27-67. Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, EGRAF, S.A., Madrid. ISBN: 84-8014-552-8. A pdf version of this book can be found in the GLOBIMED site.

    droppedImage_3 52. Marañón, T., Camarero, J.J., Castro, J., Díaz, M., Espelta, J.M., Hampe, A., Jordano, P., Valladares, F., Verdú, M. y Zamora, R. 2004. Heterogeneidad ambiental y nichos de regeneración. En: Valladares, F. (ed.). Ecología del bosque mediterráneo en un mundo cambiante. Págs. 69-99. Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, EGRAF, S.A., Madrid. ISBN: 84-8014-552-8. A pdf version of this book can be found in the GLOBIMED site.

  • 2001/2003
    droppedImage_3 51. Hampe, A., J. Arroyo, P. Jordano, and R.J. Petit. 2003. Rangewide phylogeography of a bird-dispersed Eurasian shrub: contrasting Mediterranean and temperate glacial refugia. Molecular Ecology 12: 3415-3426.

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    droppedImage_3 50. Bascompte, J., Jordano, P., Melián, C.J., and J.M. Olesen. 2003. The nested assembly of plant-animal mutualistic networks. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences USA 100: 9383-9387.

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    droppedImage_3 49. Jordano, P., J. Bascompte and J.M. Olesen. 2003. Invariant properties in coevolutionary networks of plant-animal interactions. Ecology Letters 6: 69-81.

    droppedImage_3 48. Olesen, J. and P. Jordano. 2002. Geographic patterns in plant-pollinator mutualistic networks. Ecology 83: 2416-2424.

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    droppedImage_3 47. Jordano, P. and J.A. Godoy. 2002. Frugivore-generated seed shadows: a landscape view of demographic and genetic effects. Pages 305-321 in: Levey, D.J., Silva, W.R. and M. Galetti (eds.). Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution and conservation. CAB International International, Wallingford, UK.

    droppedImage_3 46. Jordano, P., R. Zamora, T. Marañón and J. Arroyo. 2002. Claves ecológicas para la restauración del bosque mediterráneo. Aspectos demográficos, ecofisiológicos y genéticos. Ecosistemas 11.

    45. Jordano, P., R. Zamora, T. Marañón and J. Arroyo. 2001. Ecological and demographic research in Mediterranean forests of Southern Spain: applications to conservation and restoration. Pages 377-381 in: Radoglou, K. (ed.). Proc. Int. Conf. on Forest Research: A challenge for an integrated European approach. NAGREF, Forest Research Institute, Thessaloniki, Greece.

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    droppedImage_3 44. Godoy, J.A. and P. Jordano. 2001. Seed dispersal by animals: exact tracking of the source trees with endocarp DNA microsatellites. Molecular Ecology 10: 2275-2283.

    droppedImage_3 43. Jordano, P. 2001. Conectando la ecología de la reproducción con el reclutamiento poblacional de especies leñosas Mediterráneas. In: Zamora, R. and F. Pugnaire (eds.). Aspectos funcionales de los ecosistemas Mediterráneos. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid
    Pages: 183-211.

  • 1995/2000
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    droppedImage_3 42. Jordano, P. 2000. Chapter 6: Fruits and frugivory. In: Fenner, M. (ed.). Seeds: the ecology of regeneration in natural plant communities. 2nd Edition. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International, Wallingford, UK. Pages 125-166.

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    droppedImage_3 41. Jordano, P. and E. W. Schupp. 2000. Determinants of seed disperser effectiveness: the quantity component and patterns of seed rain for Prunus mahaleb. Ecological Monographs 70: 591-615.

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    droppedImage_3 40. García, D., R. Zamora, J.M. Gómez, P. Jordano and J.A. Hódar. 2000. Geographical variation in seed viability in Juniperus communis throughout the Palaearctic: distribution and operational reproductive limits in Mediterranean high-mountains. Journal of Ecology 88: 435-446.

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    droppedImage_3 39. Jordano, P. and J.A. Godoy. 2000. RAPD variation and population genetic structure of Prunus mahaleb, an animal-dispersed tree. Molecular Ecology. 9: 1293-1305.

    droppedImage_3 38. Herrera, C.M., Jordano, P., Guitián, J. y Traveset, A. 1998. Annual variability in seed production by woody plants and the masting concept: reassessment of principles and relationship to pollination and seed dispersal. American Naturalist 152: 576-594.

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    droppedImage_3 37. Villar, R., Veneklaas, E.J., Jordano, P., Lambers, H. 1998. Relative growth rate and biomass allocation in 20 Aegilops species. New Phytologist 140: 425-437.

    droppedImage_3 36. Jordano, P. and C. M. Herrera. 1995. Shuffling the offspring: uncoupling and spatial discordance of multiple stages in vertebrate seed dispersal. Écoscience 2: 230-237.

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    droppedImage_3 35. Jordano, P. 1995. Frugivore-mediated selection on fruit and seed size: birds and St. Lucie's cherry, Prunus mahaleb. Ecology 76: 2627-2639.

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    droppedImage_3 34. Jordano, P. 1995. Angiosperm fleshy fruits and seed dispersers: a comparative analysis of adaptation and constraints in plant-animal interactions. American Naturalist 145: 163-191.

  • Earlier work (1984-1994)

    droppedImage_3 33. Herrera, C. M., P. Jordano, L. López Soria and J. A. Amat. 1994. Recruitment of a mast-fruiting, bird-dispersed tree: bridging frugivore activity and seedling establishment
    Ecological Monographs 64: 315-344.

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    droppedImage_3 32. Jordano, P. 1994. Spatial and temporal variation in the avian-frugivore assemblage of Prunus mahaleb: patterns and consequences. Oikos 71: 479-491.

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    droppedImage_3 31. Jordano, P. 1993. Geographical ecology and variation of plant-seed disperser interactions: southern Spanish junipers and frugivorous thrushes. In: Estrada, A. and T.H. Fleming (eds.). Frugivory and seed dispersal: ecological and evolutionary aspects. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Pages 85-104.
    Note: also available in: Vegetatio 107/108 (1993).

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    droppedImage_3 30. Jordano, P. 1993. Pollination biology of Prunus mahaleb L.: deferred consequences of gender variation for fecundity and seed size. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 50: 65-84.

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    droppedImage_3 29. Jordano, P. 1992. Chapter 5: Fruits and frugivory. In: Fenner, M. (ed.). Seeds: the ecology of regeneration in natural plant communities. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau International, Wallingford, UK. Pages 105-156.
    Note: The 2nd edition of this book has been published in 2000.

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    droppedImage_3 28. Jordano, P. 1991. Gender variation and expression of monoecy in Juniperus phoenicea (L.)(Cupressaceae). Botanical Gazette 152: 476-485.

    27. Jordano, P. 1990. Utilización de los frutos de Pistacia lentiscus (Anacardiaceae) por el Verderón común (Carduelis chloris). In: Arias, L. Recuerda, P. Redondo, T. (eds.). Principios en etología. Actas I Cong. Nac. Etología. Publicaciones del Monte de Piedad y Caja Ahorros de Córdoba. Pages 145-153.

    26. Jordano, P. 1990. Biología de la reproducción de tres especies del género Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae) en la Sierra de Cazorla. Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 48: 31-52.


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    droppedImage_3 25. Jordano, P. 1989. Pre-dispersal biology of Pistacia lentiscus (Anacardiaceae): cumulative effects on seed removal by birds. Oikos 55: 375-386.

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    24. Jordano, P. 1989. Variación de la dieta frugívora otoño-invernal del Petirrojo (Erithacus rubecula): efectos sobre la condición corporal. Ardeola 36: 161-183.

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    23. Jordano, P. 1988. Polinización y variabilidad de la producción de semillas en Pistacia lentiscus L. (Anacardiaceae). Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 45: 213-231.

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    droppedImage_3 22. Jordano, P. 1988. Diet, fruit choice and variation in body condition of frugivorous warblers in mediterranean scrubland. Ardea 76: 193-209.

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    droppedImage_3 21. Jordano, P. 1987. Frugivory, external morphology and digestive system in mediterranean sylviid warblers Sylvia spp. Ibis 129: 175-189.

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    droppedImage_3 20. Jordano, P. 1987. Avian fruit removal: effects of fruit variation, crop size, and insect damage. Ecology 68: 1711-1723.

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    droppedImage_3 19. Jordano, P. 1987. Patterns of mutualistic interactions in pollination and seed dispersal: connectance, dependence asymmetries, and coevolution. American Naturalist 129: 657-677.

    18. Amat, J., Díaz Paniagua, C., Herrera, C.M., Jordano, P., Obeso, J.R., Soriguer, R.C. 1985
    Criterios de valoración de zonas húmedas de importancia nacional y regional en función de las aves acuáticas. Monografías ICONA, núm. 35, Madrid. 79 pages.

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    droppedImage_3 17. Jordano, P. 1984. Seed weight variation and differential avian dispersal in blackberries Rubus ulmifolius. Oikos 43: 149-153.

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    droppedImage_3 16. Jordano, P. 1983. Fig-seed predation and dispersal by birds. Biotropica 15: 38-41.

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    droppedImage_3 15. Jordano, P. 1982. Migrant birds are the main seed dispersers of blackberries in southern Spain. Oikos 38: 183-193.

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    droppedImage_3 14. Jordano, P. and C. M. Herrera. 1981. The frugivorous diet of blackcap populations Sylvia atricapilla wintering in southern Spain. Ibis 123: 502-507.

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    droppedImage_3 13. Herrera, C. M. and P. Jordano. 1981. Prunus mahaleb and birds: the high efficiency seed dispersal system of a temperate fruiting tree. Ecological Monographs 51: 203-21.

  • Very early work (1980-1983)
    These papers were written during graduation (except #1-3).

    12. López-Jurado L.F., Jordano, P., Ruiz, M. 1978. Ecología de una población insular mediterránea del Eslizón Ibérico, Chalcides bedriagai (Sauria, Scincidae). Doñana Acta Vertebrata 5: 19-34.

    11. Jordano P., López-Jurado, L.F., Ruiz, M. 1980. Mecanismos de regulación de la temperatura corporal en el Eslizón Ibérico (Chalcides bedriagai). Actas I Reunión Iberoamericana de Zoología de Vertebrados, pages 379-384.

    10. Torres J.A., Jordano, P., Villasante, J. 1980. Estructura y dinámica temporal de una colonia de Buitre Negro, Aegypius monachus, en Sierra Morena central (Córdoba). Boletín de la Estación Central de Ecología 9: 67-72.

    9. Jordano, P. 1981. Relaciones interespecíficas y coexistencia entre el Aguila Real (Aquila chrysaetos) y el Aguila Perdicera (Hieraaetus fasciatus) en Sierra Morena central. Ardeola 28: 67-88.

    8. Jordano, P. y Torres, J.A. 1981. Importancia de la estructura de la vegetación en la selección del hábitat para la nidificación en una comunidad de rapaces diurnas mediterráneas Ardeola 28: 51-66.

    7. Jordano, P. 1981. Alimentación y relaciones tróficas entre los paseriformes en paso otoñal por una localidad de Andalucía central.Doñana Acta Vertebrata 8: 103-124.

    6. Torres, J.A., Jordano, P., León, A. 1981. Aves de presa diurnas de la provincia de Córdoba. Publ. Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Córdoba. 130 pages.

    5. Jordano, P. 1983. Correlaciones ecológicas del consumo de frutos por los paseriformes durante la migración otoñal. Alytes 1: 55-70.

    4. Torres, J.A., Jordano, P., y León, A. 1984. Aves acuáticas de las lagunas y embalses de la provincia de Córdoba. Axerquía 12: 281-284.

    3. Jordano, P. 1985. El ciclo anual de los paseriformes frugívoros en el matorral mediterráneo del sur de España: importancia de su invernada y variaciones interanuales. Ardeola 32: 69-94.

    2. Jordano, P. 1984. Relaciones entre plantas y aves frugívoras en el matorral mediterráneo del área de Doñana. PhD Thesis. Publicaciones Tesis Doctorales y Tesinas, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla. Accesible here:PDFsmall idUS, Univ. Sevilla Repository.

    1. Jordano, P. 1987. Notas sobre la dieta no-insectívora de algunos Muscicapidae. Ardeola 34: 89-98.

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