Data from: Corridors restore animal-mediated pollination in fragmented tropical forest landscapes

Urs Kormann, Christoph Scherber, Teja Tscharntke, Nadja Klein, Manuel Larbig, Jonahon Valente, Adam Hadley, Matthew Betts, Matthew G. Betts, Adam S. Hadley & Jonathon J. Valente
Tropical biodiversity and associated ecosystem functions have become heavily eroded through habitat loss. Animal-mediated pollination is required in >94% of higher tropical plant species and 75% of the world´s leading food crops, but it remains unclear if corridors avert deforestation-driven pollination breakdown in fragmented tropical landscapes. Here, we used manipulative resource experiments and field observations to show that corridors functionally connect neotropical forest fragments for forest-associated hummingbirds and increase pollen transfer. Further, corridors boosted forest-associated...
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