Topographical variation reduces phenological mismatch between a butterfly and its nectar source

Abstract

The timing of many biological events, including butterfly imago emergence, has advanced under climate change, with the rate of these phenological changes often differing among taxonomic groups. Such inter-taxa variability can lead to phenological mismatches. For example, the timing of a butterfly’s flight period may become misaligned with a key nectar… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10841-014-9713-x

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