Sunbirds' tendency to hover: the roles of energetic rewards, inflorescence architecture and rain - data

Zuzana Sejfová, Jiří Mlíkovský, Francis Luma Ewome, Petra Janečková, Yannick Klomberg, Marcus Njie & Štěpán Janeček
Although the Old World sunbirds are generally considered to be an ecological analogue of the New World hummingbirds, it is commonly believed that in contrast to hummingbirds, sunbirds perch while feeding. Nevertheless, recent studies have shown that Old World nectarivores hover while feeding more frequently than previously thought, and some Old World plants seem to have adapted to hovering bird pollinators. To reveal the importance of sunbird foraging behavior in nectar acquisition and to test...
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