Data from: Higher seed number compensates for lower fruit set in deceptive orchids

Judit Sonkoly, Anna E. Vojtkó, Jácint Tökölyi, Péter Török, Gábor Sramkó, Zoltán Illyés & Attila V. Molnár
1. Floral deception is widespread in orchids, with more than one third of the species being pollinated this way. The evolutionary success of deceptive orchids is puzzling, as species employing this strategy are thought to have low reproductive success (less flowers yielding fruits) because of low pollination rates. However, direct measurements of total seed production in orchids – which is a better measure of reproductive success – are scarce due to the extremely small size...
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