Data from: Pollinator-mediated selection in a specialized hummingbird-Heliconia system in the eastern Caribbean

Ethan J. Temeles, Yoon J. Rah, Jonathan Andicoechea, Katerina L. Byanova, Geoffrey S. J. Giller, Shaylon B. Stolk & W. J. Kress
Phenotypic matches between plants and their pollinators often are interpreted as examples of reciprocal selection and adaptation. For the two co-occurring plant species, Heliconia bihai and H. caribaea in the Eastern Caribbean, we evaluated for five populations over two years the strength and direction of natural selection on corolla length and number of bracts per inflorescence. These plant traits correspond closely to the bill lengths and body masses of their primary pollinators, female or male...
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