Data from: The outcome of shared pollination services is affected by the density and spatial pattern of an attractive neighbour

Merav Seifan, Eva-Maria Hoch, Sven Hanoteaux & Katja Tielbörger
Interactions among neighbouring plants are often mediated by foraging choices of pollinators. For example, the presence of a conspicuous species may increase the number of pollinators attracted to its vicinity, indirectly increasing visitation rates also to neighbouring plants. Because pollinator choices are frequently density dependent, the presence of a conspicuous species at high densities may also increase competition for pollination services. Additionally, models predict that plant density will interact with spatial distribution in manipulating the...
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