Data from: Conflicting selection on floral scent emission in the orchid Gymnadenia conopsea

Elodie B. Chapurlat, Jon Ågren, Joseph Anderson, Magne Friberg & Nina Sletvold
• Floral scent is a crucial trait for pollinator attraction. Yet, only a handful of studies have estimated selection on scent in natural populations and no study has quantified the relative importance of pollinators versus other agents of selection.• In the fragrant orchid Gymnadenia conopsea s.s., we used electroantennographic data to identify floral scent compounds detected by local pollinators and quantified pollinator-mediated selection on emission rates of ten target compounds as well as on flowering...
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