Ornithophily (Bird pollination) and zoochory (animal dispersal) records in the Rupestre Cerrado of Rio Paranaíba, Minas Gerais, Brazil. (A) Heliomaster squamosus (Apodiformes, Trochilidae) hummingbird with a beak full of nectar, pollinating a Palicourea rigida (Gentianales, Rubiaceae) individual. (B) Turdus amaurochalinus (Passeriformes, Turdidae) individual consuming Erythroxylum suberosum (Malpighiales, Erythroxylaceae) fruit. Photo credit: Cássio Cardoso Pereira.

  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