Data from: Floral scents of a deceptive plant are hyperdiverse and under population-specific phenotypic selection

Eva Gfrerer, Danae Laina, Marc Gibernau, Roman Fuchs, Martin Happ, Till Tolasch, Wolfgang Trutschnig, Anja C. Hörger, Hans Peter Comes & Stefan Dötterl
Floral scent is a key mediator in plant–pollinator interactions; however, little is known to what extent intraspecific scent variation is shaped by phenotypic selection, with no information yet in deceptive plants. We recorded 289 scent compounds in deceptive moth fly-pollinated Arum maculatum from various populations north vs. south of the Alps, the highest number so far reported in a single plant species. Scent and fruit set differed between regions, and some, but not all differences...
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