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- Toledo, David, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Ecology 2010 v.91 no.11 pp. 3189
- Cynomys; Dipodomys; animal ecology; bison; burrowing; cattle; community structure; ecological function; ecosystems; grasshoppers; grasslands; grazing; herbivores; rodents; Mexico
- ... Megaherbivores and small burrowing mammals commonly co-exist and play important functional roles in grassland ecosystems worldwide. The interactive effects of these two functional groups of herbivores in shaping the structure and function of grassland ecosystems are poorly understood. In North America’s central grasslands, domestic cattle (Bos taurus) have supplanted bison (Bison bison), and now c ...