Data from: New insights into floral morph variation in Passiflora incarnata L. (Passifloraceae) in Tennessee, U.S.A.

Shawn E. Krosnick, Joshuah S. Perkin, Tim S. Schroeder, Lesley G. Campbell, Elizabeth B. Jackson, Silas C. Maynord, Christopher G. Waters & Jeffrey S. Mitchell
Passiflora incarnata is a functionally andromonoecious clonal wildflower, native to the southeastern United States, whose primary pollinator is the carpenter bee, Xylocopa virginica. While recent studies looking at reproductive ecology in P. incarnata have classified flowers as one of two morphs (male or hermaphroditic) based on stylar deflexion, preliminary field studies conducted in Tennessee indicated there were five distinct morphs present (three male, two hermaphroditic), supported by stylar deflexion, floral size, and pistil development. The...
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