Seed set in two sympatric banksias, Banksia attenuata and B. baxteri

@article{Wooller2001SeedSI,
  title={Seed set in two sympatric banksias, Banksia attenuata and B. baxteri},
  author={S. Wooller and R. Wooller},
  journal={Australian Journal of Botany},
  year={2001},
  volume={49},
  pages={597-602}
}
Two species of banksia, studied on the south coast of Western Australia, flowered simultaneously and had floral characteristics often associated with vertebrate pollination. The pollen of both was carried by honeyeater birds and small mammals (honey possums). Despite this, differential exclusion of vertebrates and invertebrates from inflorescences indicated that Banksia attenuata set substantial quantities of seed when visited only by invertebrates, although seed set increased with the addition… Expand
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