datasetposted on 17.12.2019 by Juan P. González-Varo, Carolina Carvalho, Juan M. Arroyo, Pedro Jordano
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Data on seed density measured during the fruiting seasons 2013–2014 and 2014–2015 in seed traps, in the base of electricity pylons and along transects. This dataset contains information of the distance from the forest edge of each sampling site (0: forest; 1: 0–50 m; 2: 50–100 m; 3: 100–150 m; 4: 150–200 m; 5: > 200 m). This dataset does not include those seed traps placed beneath fruiting wild olive trees within the forest (n = 5) in order to account for actual dispersal events, that is, involving horizontal movement away from the canopies of source trees.