Data from: Experimental manipulation of floral scent bouquets restructures flower-visitor interactions in the field

Anne-Amélie C. Larue, Robert A. Raguso & Robert R. Junker
1. A common structural feature of natural communities is the non-random distribution of pairwise interactions between organisms of different trophic levels. For plant–animal interactions, it is predicted that both stochastic processes and functional plant traits that facilitate or prevent interactions are responsible for these patterns. 2. However, unbiased manipulative field experiments that rigorously test the effects of individual traits on community structure are lacking. We address this gap by manipulating floral scent bouquets in the...
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