Patterns of pollination interactions at community-level are related to the type and quantity of floral resources

Péter Török, Edy Fantinato, Judit Sonkoly, Péter Török & Gabriella Buffa
1. A fundamental question in community ecology is how the quantity of floral resources affects pollinator activity and how this relates to the structure and robustness of pollination networks. The issue has been mainly addressed at species level, while at community level several questions are still open. 2. Using a species-rich semi-natural grassland as model ecosystem, we explored the relationship between community-level quantity of floral resources, the number of flower visits at community-level and descriptors...
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