Data from: Pollinator dependence but no pollen limitation for eight plants occurring north of the Arctic Circle

Viviane Koch, Leana Zoller, Joanne M. Bennett & Tiffany M. Knight
Intact interactions between plants and pollinators are essential for the reproduction of pollinator-dependent plant species. Global change factors, such as climate change, have the potential to disrupt these interactions and subsequently impair pollination service. This disruption can result in insufficient pollen receipt for plants and lower their reproduction success. High latitude sites experience particularly rapid climate change and plants at these locations are expected to be vulnerable to lower reproductive success due to pollen limitation....
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