Data from: Grazers affect selection on inflorescence height both directly and indirectly and effects change over time

Michel Thomann, Johan Ehrlén & Jon Ågren
Selection mediated by one biotic agent will often be modified by the presence of other biotic interactions, and the importance of such indirect effects might change over time. We conducted an 11-year field experiment to test the prediction that large grazers affect selection on floral display of the dimorphic herb Primula farinosa not only directly through differential grazing damage, but also indirectly by affecting vegetation height and thereby selection mediated by pollinators and seed predators....
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