Data from: Plant-pollinator interactions along an urbanization gradient from cities and villages to farmland landscapes

Kristy Udy, Hannah Reininghaus, Christoph Scherber & Teja Tscharntke
Urbanization affects pollinator diversity and plant-pollinator networks by changing resource availability locally and in the surrounding landscape. We experimentally established (N = 12) standardized plant communities in farmland, villages and cities to identify the relative role of local and landscape effects on plant-pollinator communities along this urbanization gradient. We found that the number of flower visits by solitary bees, but not bumblebees, were highest in cities and lowest in farmland, with villages being intermediate, whereas...
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