Data from: Evidence of a component Allee effect driven by predispersal seed predation in a plant (Pedicularis rex, Orobanchaceae)

Jing Xia, ShiGuo Sun & GuiHua Liu
A small or sparse population may suffer a reduction in fitness due to Allee effects. Here we explored effects of plant density on pollination, reproduction and predation in the alpine herb Pedicularis rex over two years. We did not detect a significant difference in pollination rate or fecundity (fruit set and initial seed set) before predation between sparse and dense patches in either year, indicating no pollination-driven Allee effect. However, dense patches experienced significantly fewer...
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