Sex-specific floral attraction traits in a sequentially hermaphroditic species

Kristen Peach, Susan Mazer, Jasen Liu & Kristen Klitgaard
The examination of sexual dimorphism in plants has primarily been restricted to dioecious taxa. However, most angiosperms produce cosexual flowers in which male and female function are separated temporally, which may also generate sexual dimorphism (between the male and female stages of floral lifespan). The temporal separation between male and female function in such flowers may be associated with variation in traits that influence pollinator attraction and may function to minimize self-fertilization or to maximize...
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