Data from: Fine-tuning the nested structure of pollination networks by adaptive interaction switching, biogeography and sampling effect in the Galápagos Islands

Chinenye A. Nnakenyi, Anna Traveset, Ruben Heleno, Henintsoa O. Minoarivelo & Cang Hui
The structure of pollination networks, particularly its nestedness, contains important information on network assemblages. However, there is still limited understanding of the mechanisms underlying nested pollination network structures. Here, we investigate the role of Adaptive Interaction Switching (AIS), island area, isolation, age and sampling effort in explaining the nestedness of pollination networks across ten Galápagos Islands. The AIS algorithm is inspired by Wallace’s elimination of the unfit, where a species constantly replaces its least profitable...
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