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Supplemental Table S1.1: Selected publications in economic ornithology in United States.
Supplemental Table S5.1: Bird specimens from the University of California-Berkeley Museum of Vertebrate Zoology used for gape width measurements.
Table 5.2 Extended: Plant families with fleshy-fruited species likely or possibly dispersed by birds.
Table 6.1 Extended: Food items found in digestive tracts of 8 dabbling duck species in Europe.
Supplemental Table S7.1: Estimation of replacement costs of acorn-dispersal services by pairs of Eurasian Jays in Stockholm National Urban Park.