The effect of resource limitation on floral visitors of Monardella odoratissima

Isabelle Everhart, Ashish Kothari, Chris McCarron & Tricia Nguyen
Fluctuating flowering patterns affect an environments floral abundance, impacting the spatial structure of nectar and pollen resources, ultimately influencing floral visitor foraging behavior. We examined the effect of reducing floral resources on floral visitors of Monardella odoratissima, commonly known as the mountain coyote mint. Isolated patches of M. odoratissima were created by removing all surrounding resources, in order to test its effect on floral visitor communities. Exploring how the resource-richness of a habitat affects this...
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