Plant-animal interactions


List of papers authored by members of GOHNIC (membering authors and scientific journals indexed in the Journal Citation Reports are shown in bold). In order to obtain a PDF of those listed which aren´t accessible, please apply to Felipe Siverio (fsiverio@gohnic.orgfor your free copy.




Scientific journals                                                                                      2024-2011      


• González-Castro, A. & F. Siverio (2024). Flower-visiting lizards as key ecological actors for a Canary Islands endemic and critically endangered plant. Journal of Pollination Ecology 36: 88-103. Reviews 1


González-CastroA., T. Morán-López, M. Nogales &  A. Traveset (2021). Changes in the structure of seed dispersal networks when including interaction outcomes from both plant and animal perspectives. Oikos DOI: 10.1111/oik.08315


González-Castro, A., D. Pérez-Pérez, J. Romero & M. Nogales (2019). Unravelling the seed dispersal system of an insular “ghost” Dragon Tree (Dracaena draco) in the wild. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2019.00039 Metrics


Pérez-Méndez, N., A. Rodríguez & M. Nogales (2018). Intra-specific downsizing of frugivores affects seed germination of fleshy fruited plant species. Acta Oecologica 86: 38-41. Metrics


Rodríguez, B., F. Siverio, M. Siverio, R. Barone & A. Rodríguez (2015). Nectar and pollen of the invasive century plant Agave americana as a food resource for endemic birds. Bird Study 62: 232-242. Reviews: 1, 2. Metrics


González-Castro, A., S. Yang, M. Nogales & T.A. Carlo (2015). Relative importance of phenotypic trait matching and species’ abundances in determining plant–avian seed dispersal interactions in a small insular community. AoB PLANTS 7: DOI: 10.1093/ aobpla/plv017.


González-Castro, A., Mª. Calviño-Cancela & M. Nogales (2015). Comparing seed dispersal effectiveness by frugivores at the community level. Ecology 96: 808-818.


González-Castro, A., S. Yang, M. Nogales & T.A. Carlo (2012). What determines the temporal changes of species degree and strength in an oceanic island plant-disperser network? PLoS ONE 7(7): e41385.


González-Castro, A., A. Traveset & M. Nogales (2012). Seed dispersal interactions in the Mediterranean Region: contrasting patterns between islands and mainland. Journal of Biogeography 39: 1938-1947.  


Siverio, F. & Mª.C. Rodríguez-Rodríguez (2012). Gallotia galloti (Canary Lizard): Nectarivory. Herpetological Review 43: 333-334.


Siverio, F. & Mª.C. Rodríguez-Rodríguez (2011)Gallotia caesaris (Caesar´s Lizard): Nectarivory. Herpetological Review  42: 602-603.


Rodríguez, A., F. Siverio, R. Barone, B. Rodríguez & J.J. Negro (2009). An overlooked cost for the velvety plumaje of owls: entanglement in adhesive vegetation. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 12: 439-441.











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