Survival rates of Darwin's barberry (Berberis darwinii) seedlings in mixed beech-broadleaf forest in New Zealand

TitleSurvival rates of Darwin's barberry (Berberis darwinii) seedlings in mixed beech-broadleaf forest in New Zealand
Publication TypeGovernment Report
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsMcAlpine, KG, Wotton DM
Series TitleDOC Research & Development Series
Volume329
Pagination8
PublisherDepartment of Conservation
Refereed DesignationRefereed

Publications by Debra Wotton

Wotton, DM, Kelly D. 2012. Do larger frugivores move seeds further? Body size, seed dispersal distance, and a case study of a large, sedentary pigeon.. Journal of Biogeography, Special Issue ‘Seed Dispersal on Islands’ 39(11): 1973–1983
Wotton, DM, Kelly D. 2011. Frugivore loss limits recruitment of large-seeded trees.. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B: Biological Sciences. 278: 3345–3354
Kelly, D, Ladley JJ, Robertson AW, Anderson SH, Wotton DM, Wiser SK. 2010. Mutualisms with the wreckage of an avifauna: the status of bird pollination and fruit-dispersal in New Zealand. . New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34(1): 66–85