Are pollinators and seed predators selective agents on flower color in Gentiana lutea?

Abstract

Animals which interact with plants often cause selective pressures on plant traits. Flower color variation within a species might be shaped by the action of animals feeding on the plant species. Pollinators might exert natural selection on color if flower color is related to their foraging efficiency. For example, some pollinator species might require more… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10682-014-9751-6

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