Data from: Looks matter: changes in flower form affect pollination effectiveness in a sexually-deceptive orchid

Demetra Rakosy, Monica Cuervo, Hannes Paulus & Manfred Ayasse
Many species of the sexually-deceptive genus Ophrys are characterized by insect-like flowers. Their form has been traditionally considered to play an important role in pollinator attraction and manipulation. Yet the evolution of the floral form remains insufficiently understood. We hypothesize that pollinator-mediated selection is essential for driving floral form evolution in Ophrys, but that form components are being subjected to varying selection pressures depending on their role in mediating interactions with pollinators. By using the...
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