An olfactorily oriented primate

We show that in species that specialize on seed dispersal by lemurs—an olfactorily oriented primate—fruits increase scent production and change their chemical composition significantly more than sympatric species whose seeds are largely dispersed by birds.

— Read more at Fruit scent as an evolved signal to primate seed dispersal at Science Advances.

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