Does the invasive Lupinus polyphyllus increase pollinator visitation to a native herb through effects on pollinator population sizes?

@article{Jakobsson2013DoesTI,
  title={Does the invasive Lupinus polyphyllus increase pollinator visitation to a native herb through effects on pollinator population sizes?},
  author={Anna Jakobsson and Benigno Padr{\'o}n},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={174},
  pages={217-226}
}
Invasive plants may compete with native species for abiotic factors as light, space and nutrients, and have also been shown to affect native pollination interactions. Studies have mainly focused on how invasive plants affect pollinator behaviour, i.e. attraction of pollinators to or away from native flowers. However, when an invasive plant provides resources utilized by native pollinators this could increase pollinator population sizes and thereby pollination success in natives. Effects… CONTINUE READING
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