Data from: Spatial variability in a plant-pollinator community across a continuous habitat: high heterogeneity in the face of apparent uniformity

Sara Reverté, Jordi Bosch, Xavier Arnan, Tomas Roslin, Constanti Stefanescu, J. A. Calleja, Roberto Molowny-Horas, Carlos Hernández-Castellano & Anselm Rodrigo
Large-scale spatial variability in plant-pollinator communities (e.g., along geographic gradients, across different landscapes) is relatively well understood. However, we know much less about how these communities vary at small scales within a uniform landscape. Plants are sessile and highly sensitive to microhabitat conditions, whereas pollinators are highly mobile and, for the most part, display generalist feeding habits. Therefore, we expect plants to show greater spatial variability than pollinators. We analysed the spatial heterogeneity of a...
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