Data from: Strong pollinator-mediated selection for increased flower brightness and contrast in a deceptive orchid

Nina Sletvold, Judith Trunschke, Mart Smit, Jeffrey Verbeek & Jon Ågren
Contrasting flower color patterns that putatively attract or direct pollinators towards a reward are common among angiosperms. In the deceptive orchid Anacamptis morio, the lower petal, which makes up most of the floral display, has a light central patch with dark markings. Within populations, there is pronounced variation in petal brightness, patch size, amount of dark markings, and contrast between patch and petal margin. We tested whether pollinators mediate selection on these color traits and...
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