Differences in pollinator effectiveness of birds and insects visiting Banksia menziesii (Proteaceae)

@article{Ramsey2004DifferencesIP,
  title={Differences in pollinator effectiveness of birds and insects visiting Banksia menziesii (Proteaceae)},
  author={M. Ramsey},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={76},
  pages={119-124}
}
  • M. Ramsey
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Oecologia
  • SummaryThe effectiveness of nectarivorous birds, introduced honey bees and staphylined beetles as pollinators of Banksia menziesii was assessed. Staphylinids removed substantial amounts of pollen but did not deposit any onto stigmata. Abundance of beetles on inflorescences was related to the mean number of florets opening per day. Honey bees collecting pollen were more likely to effect pollination than those collecting nectar which only contacted stigmata when arriving or leaving an… CONTINUE READING

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