These are the sources and citations used to research Has human activity increased the frequency of parasitic Loranthaceae in Acacias?. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Guerra, Pizo and Silva, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Guerra, T., Pizo, M. and Silva, W., 2018. Host specificity and aggregation for a widespread mistletoe in Campo Rupestre vegetation. Flora, 238, pp.148-154.
In-text: (Haidari, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Haidari, M., 2016. The effects of human utilization and forest management on spread of Loranthus grewingkii in Zagros Forests, Iran. Institute of Integrative Omics and Applied Biotechnology, 7, pp.S25-S30.
In-text: (LAMONT, 1985)
Your Bibliography: LAMONT, B., 1985. Dispersal of the winged fruits of Nuytsia floribunda (Loranthaceae). Austral Ecology, 10(2), pp.187-193.
In-text: (Ndagurwa, Mundy, Dube and Mlambo, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Ndagurwa, H., Mundy, P., Dube, J. and Mlambo, D., 2012. Patterns of mistletoe infection in four Acacia species in a semi-arid southern African savanna. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 28(5), pp.523-526.
In-text: (Richardson and Wooller, 1988)
Your Bibliography: Richardson, K. and Wooller, R., 1988. The Alimentary-Tract of a Specialist Frugivore, the Mistletoebird, Dicaeum-Hirundinaceum, in Relation to Its Diet. Australian Journal of Zoology, 36(4), p.373.
In-text: (WARD and PATON, 2007)
Your Bibliography: WARD, M. and PATON, D., 2007. Predicting mistletoe seed shadow and patterns of seed rain from movements of the mistletoebird, Dicaeum hirundinaceum. Austral Ecology, 32(2), pp.113-121.
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