Relative effectiveness of insects versus hummingbirds as pollinators of rubiaceae plants across elevation in Dominica, Caribbean

Relative effectiveness of insects versus hummingbirds as pollinators of rubiaceae plants across elevation in Dominica, Caribbean

L. J. Lehmann, P. K. Maruyama, P. Joaquim Bergamo, M. A. Maglianesi, C. Rahbek, B. Dalsgaard

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Agradecimentos: The authors thank the Forestry, Wildlife and Parks Division, Dominica, for the research permit to conduct fieldwork in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park. Financial support was provided by Svend G. Fiedler and Wife's Foundation, Oticon Foundation, Torben and Alice Frimodt's...

Most angiosperms rely on animal pollination for reproduction, but the dependence on specific pollinator groups varies greatly between species and localities. Notably, such dependence may be influenced by both floral traits and environmental conditions. Despite its importance, their joint...

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Relative effectiveness of insects versus hummingbirds as pollinators of rubiaceae plants across elevation in Dominica, Caribbean

L. J. Lehmann, P. K. Maruyama, P. Joaquim Bergamo, M. A. Maglianesi, C. Rahbek, B. Dalsgaard


										

Relative effectiveness of insects versus hummingbirds as pollinators of rubiaceae plants across elevation in Dominica, Caribbean

L. J. Lehmann, P. K. Maruyama, P. Joaquim Bergamo, M. A. Maglianesi, C. Rahbek, B. Dalsgaard

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    Plant biology

    Vol. 21, no. 4 (July, 2019), p. 738-744