Just Published: How Common and Dispersal Limited are Ant-Dispersed Plants in Eastern Deciduous Forests?

January 14, 2021

Mike Olejniczak of CEC Pittsburgh, a Certified Ecologist, was a member of a team who authored an article published in the journal Plant Ecology: “How common and dispersal limited are ant-dispersed plants in eastern deciduous forests?” The article characterizes ant-dispersed plant communities in the northernmost and southernmost reaches of eastern deciduous forests and explains whether they are as common and threatened in those areas as prior studies indicated.

Mike Olejniczak

Mike Olejniczak of CEC Pittsburgh

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