Data from: The most effective pollinator principle applies to new invasive pollinators

Rodrigo Medel, Catalina Gonzalez-Browne, Daniela Salazar, Pedro Ferrer & Mildred Ehrenfeld
G.L. Stebbins’ most effective pollinator principle states that when pollinators are not limiting, plants are expected to specialize and adapt to the more abundant and effective pollinator species available. In this study, we quantify the effectiveness of bees, hummingbirds and hawkmoths in a Chilean population of Erythranthe lutea (Phrymaceae), and examine whether flower traits are subject to pollinator-mediated selection by the most effective pollinator species during two consecutive years. Unlike most species in the pollinator...
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