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    Seed predation increases from the Arctic to the Equator and from high to low elevations 

    Hargreaves, A. L.; Suarez, Esteban; Mehltreter, Klaus; Myers-Smith, Isla; Vanderplank, Sula E.; Slinn, Heather L.; Vargas-Rodriguez, Yalma L.; Haeussler, Sybille; David, Santiago; Munoz, Jenny; Almazan-Nunez, R. C.; Loughnan, Deirdre; Benning, John W.; Moeller, David A.; Brodie, Jedediah F.; Thomas, Haydn J. D.; Morales M., P. A. (2019)
    Species interactions have long been predicted to increase in intensity toward the tropics and low elevations because of gradients in climate, productivity, or biodiversity. Despite their importance for understanding global ...