Land-use change has no detectable effect on reproduction of a disturbance-adapted, hawkmoth-pollinated plant species.

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PREMISE OF THE STUDY Land-use change is cited as a primary driver of global biodiversity loss, with myriad consequences for species, populations, and ecosystems. However, few studies have examined its impact on species interactions, particularly pollination. Furthermore, when the effects of land-use change on pollination have been studied, the focus has… (More)

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@article{Skogen2016LanduseCH, title={Land-use change has no detectable effect on reproduction of a disturbance-adapted, hawkmoth-pollinated plant species.}, author={Krissa A Skogen and Tania Jogesh and Evan T Hilpman and Sadie L Todd and Matthew K Rhodes and Shannon M. Still and Jeremie B Fant}, journal={American journal of botany}, year={2016}, volume={103 11}, pages={1950-1963} }