Data from: Climate warming and the potential extinction of fig wasps, the obligate pollinators of figs

Alexander G. R. Goh, Richard T. Corlett & Nanthinee Jevanandam
Figs (Ficus) have a reciprocally obligate mutualism with tiny, short-lived (1–2 days) fig wasps (Agaonidae). The small size and short life of these pollinators is expected to make them more vulnerable to climate change than their larger and longer-lived hosts. We experimentally tested the thermal tolerances of four species of adult female fig wasps from equatorial Singapore. The results suggest that an increase of ≥ 3oC above the current temperatures experienced across much of the...
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