A survey of floral traits, breeding systems, floral visitors, and pollination systems of the angiosperms of the Juan Fernández Islands (Chile)

@article{Bernardello2008ASO,
  title={A survey of floral traits, breeding systems, floral visitors, and pollination systems of the angiosperms of the Juan Fern{\'a}ndez Islands (Chile)},
  author={Gabriel Bernardello and Gregory J. Anderson and Tod F. Stuessy and Daniel J. Crawford},
  journal={The Botanical Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={67},
  pages={255-308}
}
A survey of the reproductive features of the angiosperm flora of the Juan Fernández Archipelago (Chile) is presented to provide a species-based review of reproduction and pollination, to identify generalizations associated with these systems, to understand the evolution of these features, and to utilize these data to promote conservation. The collection of original data was extensive, based on our own fieldwork, and was combined with data from existing literature. Data recorded include habit… CONTINUE READING
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Two species of introduced ants and a new endemic bee were recorded as well ; however , neither is likely currently important to the pollination of the native flora species .
BeesNo subtypeAnts
Two species of introduced ants and a new endemic bee were recorded as well ; however , neither is likely currently important to the pollination of the native flora species .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
Flies , moths , and beetles are the native insect visitors to flowers , but they have been documented on only 11 plant species ( 7% ) .
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