ANTHECOLOGY AND POLLINATOR EFFICACY OF STYRAX OFFICINALE SUBSP. REDIVIVUM (STYRACACEAE)

@inproceedings{Sugden1986ANTHECOLOGYAP,
  title={ANTHECOLOGY AND POLLINATOR EFFICACY OF STYRAX OFFICINALE SUBSP. REDIVIVUM (STYRACACEAE)},
  author={Evan A. Sugden},
  year={1986}
}
Styrax officinale subsp. redivivum is a homogamous, xenogamous shrub of the California foothill chaparral. Its floral biology, breeding system, and pollination ecology are presented. A summarizing model of pollinator efficacy, Ep, describes the relative potential of pollinator species based on behavioral, morphological, and ecological variables. The Ep can be expressed as the product of pollinator density (number per flower per minute) and individual pollinator efficacy. By this analysis, the… CONTINUE READING

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