Concern over seed dispersal risks

BBC: Drivers of biodiversity loss, such as habitat fragmentation and climate change, are threatening seed dispersal around the globe, a study has warned. Scientists said plant species that were unable to adapt were being driven "to the brink of extinction in most human-modified landscapes". The way seeds were spread in landscapes had to be given more attention within conservation schemes, they added. The findings have been published in the journal Biological Conservation. "The global pollination......

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