Variation in floral morphology and individual fecundity in Erythvonium dens-canis ( Liliaceae )

@inproceedings{Guitin2005VariationIF,
  title={Variation in floral morphology and individual fecundity in Erythvonium dens-canis ( Liliaceae )},
  author={Javier Guiti{\'a}n and Pablo Guiti{\'a}n and M{\'o}nica Medrano and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Mart{\'i}nez Sanchez},
  year={2005}
}
This study investigated the extent to which the reproductive success of plants of Erythronium dens-canis (Liliaceae), a spring herb of mountain habitats, is dependent on floral morphology. To this end, a series of studies was performed in an area in northwest Spain. The results show that E. dens-canis plants in this area a) are self-compatible, b) need pollinator visits (largely Bombiis terrestris and Andrenii spp.) to produce seed, and c) show high fruit set under natural conditions. Only 2O… CONTINUE READING
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