Data from: Consequences of a nectar yeast for pollinator preference and performance

Robert N. Schaeffer, Yu Zhu Mei, Jonathan Andicoechea, Jessamyn S. Manson & Rebecca E. Irwin
Pollinators utilize floral resources that vary in colour, scent and reward quality. Variation in such traits, including nectar rewards, in addition to cues associated with their quality, can influence pollinator foraging decisions with consequences for pollinator reproductive success. Nectar is commonly subject to colonization by micro-organisms capable of affecting a suite of traits important for pollinator attraction and fitness; yet, links between microbial presence and changes in pollinator preference and performance remain few. Here, we...
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