Recipient and donor characteristics govern the hierarchical structure of heterospecific pollen competition networks

Jose B. Lanuza, Ignasi Bartomeus, Tia-Lynn Ashman & Romina Rader
Pollinator sharing can have negative consequences for plant fitness with the arrival of foreign (i.e. heterospecific) pollen, yet responses are often variable among species. Plant traits and relatedness of donor and recipient species have been suggested to drive the variations in plant fitness, but how they shape the structure of pollen competition networks has been overlooked at the community level. To understand the importance of reproductive traits and relatedness on the impacts of heterospecific pollen...
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