Persistent bill and corolla matching despite shifting temporal resources in tropical hummingbird-plant interactions.

@article{Weinstein2017PersistentBA,
  title={Persistent bill and corolla matching despite shifting temporal resources in tropical hummingbird-plant interactions.},
  author={Ben G Weinstein and Catherine H. Graham},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={326-335}
}
By specialising on specific resources, species evolve advantageous morphologies to increase the efficiency of nutrient acquisition. However, many specialists face variation in resource availability and composition. Whether specialists respond to these changes depends on the composition of the resource pulses, the cost of foraging on poorly matched resources… CONTINUE READING

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