Data from: Trait matching and phenological overlap increase the spatio-temporal stability and functionality of plant-pollinator interactions

Natacha P. Chacoff, Diego P. Vázquez & Silvia B. Lomáscolo
Morphology and phenology influence plant-pollinator network structure, but whether they generate more stable pairwise interactions with higher pollination success is unknown. Here we evaluate the importance of morphological trait matching, phenological overlap and specialisation for the spatio-temporal stability (measured as variability) of plant-pollinator interactions and for pollination success, while controlling for species abundance. To this end, we combined a six-year plant-pollinator interaction dataset, with information on species traits, phenologies, specialisation, abundance and pollination success, into...
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