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Spectrum of the dispersal syndromes was determined by analyses of the morphological characters of the dispersal units and comparing them to the classes of dispersal syndromes proposed by Pijl (1972). For the present study,diamond mining machines barochory was included in the class of autochory.(3) Multivariate description of the habitat structure (performed for the 1989 data) – The microgeographic position of the sampling points in the dunes was recorded as a nominal variable with four levels: summit (SUM: horizontal area leading to at least two descending slopes), valley (VAL: horizontal area leading to at least two ascending slopes), slope (SLO), and plateau (PLA: horizontal area leading to at least one descending and one ascending slope). A 4 m diameter circle centered in each point was used to evaluate the relative contribution of horizontal projection of trees (TRE: woody individuals with a single main stem, undivided near the soil), of shrubs (SHR: woody individuals with multiple stems rising from the soil + sub-shrubs), of herbaceous plants (HER: almost exclusively Bromelia antiacantha Bertol.

And Tacinga inamoena (K. Schum.) N.P. Taylor & Stuppy), and of exposed sand (SAN).Granite Machinery In order to estimate these values, an integer value (0 to 10) was attributed to each variable in a way that the four values per circle summed 10. The proportion of exposed soil (without plants) in each circle was evaluated for amount of litter (LIT) by attributing a value from 1 to 3 (little litter, equal parts of litter and uncovered sand, much litter). Each circle was also evaluated for the amount of shade (SHA), depending on the amount of branches in trees and shrubs, by attributing a value from 1 to 3 (little shade, median shade, much shade). Finally, it was computed the main height of (HEI) and mean distance to (DIS) the four closest woody individuals sampled per point by the point-quarter method. The variables TRE, SHR, HER, LIT, SHA, HEI, and DIS plus three...

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