Frequency of pollination (A) and dispersal (B) syndromes between plant species and individuals (C and D, respectively) found in the five fragments of Cerrado Rupestre immersed in an agricultural landscape in Rio Paranaíba, Minas Gerais. A: Cant = Cantharophily, Orni = Ornithophily, Quir = Quiropterophilly, Sphy = Sphingophily, Psy = Psychophily (1.51%). C: P = Psychophily (0.16%). D: Green frame = Authocory (1.52%). Cantharophily: beetle pollination; generalist: pollination by many groups of pollinators; melittophily: bee pollination; ornithophily: bird pollination; phalenophily: moth pollination; psychophilly: butterfly pollination; quiropterophilly: bat pollination; sphingophily: hawk moth pollination; anemochory: wind dispersal; autochory: dispersion carried out by the plant itself; zoochory: animal dispersal.

 
 
  Part of: Pereira CC, Arruda DM, Soares FFS, Fonseca RS (2022) The importance of pollination and dispersal syndromes for the conservation of Cerrado Rupestre fragments on ironstone outcrops immersed in an agricultural landscape. Neotropical Biology and Conservation 17(1): 87-102. https://doi.org/10.3897/neotropical.17.e79247