BLAZING A BIOGRAPHIC TRAIL

@inproceedings{Zimmer2007BLAZINGAB,
  title={BLAZING A BIOGRAPHIC TRAIL},
  author={C. Zimmer},
  year={2007}
}
Ecologists no longer expect that field studies of mutualisms will commonly reveal obligate coevolved dependencies between particular plant and pollinator species. Figs and fig wasps still stand as the best suite of examples of one-to-one coevolution of flowering plants and pollinators, but they are exceptions to the rule that few plant species depend entirely on a single pollinator species, and few species of pollinators depend entirely on a single plant species. The reality of specialization… CONTINUE READING

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