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  • C.G. is a post-doc researcher working on the spatial and genetic consequences of pollen and seed dispersal by animals in heterogeneous landscapes. J.A.G. is interested in the application of molecular markers to address ecological and evolutionary questions, with a focus on endangered vertebrate species and conservation biology. P.J. studies the ecological factors that shape plant recruitment patterns, with a special interst on the theoretical, ecological, and evolutionary implications of plant–animal interactions.


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