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Species

APG 3 six-letter code

Families

Habit

Dispersal mode

Source trait data


Alchornea costaricensis Pax & K. Hoffm.

Alchco

Euphorbiaceae

T

Birds + Mammals




Alibertia edulis (rich.) a. Rich. ex DC.

Alibed

Rubiaceae

U

Birds + Mammals




Allophylus racemosus Sw.

Allora

Sapindaceae

T

Birds + Mammals




Apeiba tibourbou Aubl.

Apeiti

Malvaceae

M

Birds + Mammals




Baccharis trinervis Pers. *

Bacctr

Asteraceae

S

Wind

Sugden, 1982

Calathea lutea Schult.

Calalu

Marantaceae

Musoid

Birds + Insects

Levey et al., 2002

Calycophyllum candidissimum (Vahl) DC.

Calyca

Rubiaceae

T

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research

Carludovica palmata Ruiz & Pav.

Carlpa

Cyclanthaceae

Palm

Birds + Mammals




Chaptalia nutans (L.) Pol.

Chapnu

Asteraceae

Herb

Wind

USDA: Plants.usda.gov


Table S1: Continuation.


Species

APG 3 six-letter code

Families

Habit

Dispersal mode

Source trait data


Chiococca alba (L.) Hitchc.

Chioal

Rubiaceae

Climber

Birds + Mammals

Smithsonian Tropical Research

Chromolaena odorata (L.) R.M. King & H. Rob.*

Chrood

Asteraceae

S

Wind

Blackmore, n.d.

Cinnamomum triplinerve (Ruiz & Pav.) Kosterm.

Cinntr

Lauraceae

S

Birds+Mammals




Cissus erosa Rich.

Cisser

Vitaceae

Climber

Birds

Griz and Machado, 2001

Conostegia speciosa Naudin

Conosp

Melastomataceae

S

Birds + Mammals

Smithsonian Tropical Research

Costus villosissimus Jacq.

Costvi

Costaceae

Herb



Bongers et al., 1988

Cyperus luzulae (L.) Rottb. ex Retz.

Cypelu

Cyperaceae

Grass

Wind




Desmodium axillare (Sw.) DC.*

Desmax

Fabaceae

Climber

Mammals

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Desmodium cajanifolium (Kunth) DC.

Desmca

Fabaceae

Climber

Mammals

Croat, 1978

Diphysa americana (Mill.) M. Sousa

Dipham

Fabaceae

T

Birds





Doliocarpus dentatus (Aubl.) Standl.

Dolide

Dilleniaceae

Climber

Birds

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Fleischmannia sinclairii (Benth. ex Oerst.) R.M.King & H.Rob.*

Fleisi

Asteraceae

Herb

Wind

Croat, 1978

Flemingia strobilifera (L.) R. Br.*

Flemst

Fabaceae

S

Birds






Table S1: Continuation.

Species

APG 3 six-letter code

Families

Habit

Dispersal mode

Source trait data


Gouania lupuloides (L.) Urb.

Goualu

Rhamnaceae

Climber

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Helicteres guazumifolia Kunth

Heligu

Malvaceae

Musoid







Heterocondylus vitalbae (DC.) R.M. King & H. Rob.*

Hetevi

Asteraceae

Herb

Wind


Holl, 2002; Croat, 1978

Hyeronima alchorneoides Allemão

Hyeral

Phyllanthaceae

T

Birds + Mammals




Inga punctata Willd.

Ingapu

Fabaceae

U

Birds + Mammals

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Ipomoea phyllomega House

Ipomph

Convolvulaceae

Climber

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Lantana camara L.

Lantca

Verbenaceae

S


Birds

Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network, n.d.

Lepidaploa canescens (Kunth) Cass.*

Lepica

Asteraceae

S

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Luehea seemannii Triana & Planch.

Luehse

Malvaceae

T

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Machaerium milleflorum Pittier*

Machmi

Fabaceae

Climber

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Miconia argentea (Sw.) DC.*

Micoar

Melastomataceae

M

Birds + Mammals






Table S1: Continuation


Species

APG 3 six-letter code

Families

Habit

Dispersal mode

Source trait data


Mikania micrantha Kunth*

Mikami

Asteraceae

Climber

Wind

Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network, n.d.

Mimosa casta L.

Mimoca

Fabaceae

Climber







Momordica charantia L.

Momoch

Cucurbitaceae

Climber

Birds + Mammals

Morellato and Leitao, 1996

Myrcia gatunensis Standl.

Myrcga

Myrtaceae

U


Birds + Mammals




Paullinia rugosa Benth. ex Radlk.

Paulru

Sapindaceae

Climber

Birds

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Phyllanthus niruri L.*

Phylni

Phyllanthaceae

Climber

Gravity

Martinez-Garza and Gonzalez-Montagut, 1999

Piper colonense C. DC.

Pipeco

Piperaceae

S

Bats + Birds




Piper marginatum Jacq.*

Pipema

Piperaceae

S

Bats + Birds




Piper peltatum Ruiz & Pav.*

Pipepe

Piperaceae

S

Bats + Birds




Piper pseudofuligineum C. DC.*

Pipeps

Piperaceae

S

Bats + Birds




Rhynchosia precatoria (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) DC.

Rhynpr

Fabaceae

Climber

Birds

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Sabicea villosa Ruiz & Pav.

Sabivi

Rubiaceae

Climber




Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.


Table S1: Continuation


Species

APG 3 six-letter code

Families

Habit

Dispersal mode

Source trait data


Scleria melaleuca Rchb. ex Schltdl. & Cham.*

Scleme

Cyperaceae

Grass

Wind

Martinez-Garza and Gonzalez-Montagut, 1999

Solanum jamaicense Mill.

Solaja

Solanaceae

S

Birds + Mammals




Solanum subinerme Jacq.

Solasu

Solanaceae

S

Birds + Mammals




Stigmaphyllon hypargyreum Triana and Planch.

Stighy

Malpighiaceae

Climber

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Tectona grandis L. f.

Tectgr

Verbenaceae

T

Birds + Mammals




Terminalia amazonia (J.F. Gmel.) Exell

Termam

Combretaceae

T

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Uncaria tomentosa (Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.) DC.

Uncato

Rubiaceae

Climber

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Vernonia patens (Kunth) H. Rob.*

Vernopa

Asteraceae

Herb

Wind

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Xylopia macrantha Triana & Planch.

Xyloma

Annonaceae

U

Birds

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.

Zuelania guidonia (Sw.) Britton & Millsp.

Zuelgu

Salicaceae

M




Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, n.d.


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Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network. n.d. Lantana Camara. http://www.fao.org/forestry/

Blackmore, A. C. n.d. Seed dispersal of Chromolaena odorata reconsidered. Natal Parks Board, St Lucia Research, St Lucia Estuary, KwaZulu-Natal, 3936, South Africa.

Bongers, F., J. Popma, J. M. Delcastillo, and J. Carabias. 1988. Structure and floristic composition of the lowland rain-forest of Los Tuxlas, Mexico. Vegetatio 74:55-80.

Croat, T. 1978. Flora of Barro Colorado Island. Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif. 943 pp.

Frenedozo, R. C. 2004. Plant reproductive phenology and dispersal patterns after natural regeneration in a limestone mining spoil bank. Brazilian archives of biology and technology 47:261-271.

Griz, L. M. S. and I. C. S. Machado. 2001. Fruiting phenology and seed dispersal syndromes in caatinga, a tropical dry forest in the northeast of Brazil. Journal of Tropical Ecology 17:303-321.

Holl, K. D. 2002. Effect of shrubs on tree seedling establishment in an abandoned tropical pasture. Journal of Ecology 90:179-187.

Martinez-Garza, C. and R. Gonzalez-Montagut. 1999. Seed rain from forest fragments into tropical pastures in Los Tuxtlas, Mexico. Plant Ecology 145:255-265.

Morellato, P. C. and H. F. Leitao. 1996. Reproductive phenology of climbers in a Southeastern Brazilian forest. Biotropica 28:180-191.

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. n.d. Plant species list. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.

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Wright, I. J. 2007. The bushmeat harvest alters seedling banks by favoring lianas, large seeds, and seeds dispersed by bats, birds, and wind. . Biotropica 39:363-371.

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