Appendix S1. Species with the highest number of seeds (at least ten seeds collected in the course of 1 year) in order of the most frequent named first. Life form subdivided into tree, treelet (includes small trees and shrubs), liana (includes woody lianas and vines) and herb. Extrapolated number of seeds·m−2 as measured with 0.25-m2 seed traps. Seed size class: (i) very small: <0.3 cm; (ii) small: 0.3–0.6 cm; (iii) medium: 0.6–1.5 cm; and (iv) large: >1.5 cm. Finally, dispersal mode: a (animal-dispersed), w (abiotically-dispersed). MS = morpho species, ff = forest fragments.

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