Example of one text snippet resulting from running Biodiversity Observations Miner with O'Farrill et al. (2013) as input. This text snippet (i.e. biodiversity observation) contains data about a frugivory interaction between plants and animals. Here, biodiversity data comes from the description of the monkeys Alouatta seniculus and Ateles paniscus being frugivores of M.huberi fruits. The terms "swallow" and "dispersal" were part of the frugivory biodiversity dictionary included in BOM. Red boxes highlight the taxonomical entities recognised using the Global Names Architecture API implemented with the taxize (Chamberlain and Szöcs 2013) R package. The green boxes show the matches of frugivory dictionary terms within the text snippet. 

  Part of: Muñoz G, Kissling W, van Loon E (2019) Biodiversity Observations Miner: A web application to unlock primary biodiversity data from published literature. Biodiversity Data Journal 7: e28737. https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.7.e28737