Co‐flowering neighbors influence the diversity and identity of pollinator groups visiting plant species

@inproceedings{Lzaro2009CofloweringNI,
  title={Co‐flowering neighbors influence the diversity and identity of pollinator groups visiting plant species},
  author={Amparo L{\'a}zaro and Rebekka Lundgren and {\O}rjan Totland},
  year={2009}
}
The generalization-specialization continuum exhibited in pollination interactions currently receives much attention. It is well-known that the pollinator assemblage of particular species varies temporally and spatially, and therefore the ecological generalization on pollinators may be a contextual attribute. However, the factors causing such variation and its ecological and evolutionary consequences are still poorly understood. This variation can be caused by spatial or temporal variation in… CONTINUE READING

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