Data from: Sensory deficiencies affect resources selection and associational effects at two spatial scales

Thomas A. Verschut, Brian D. Inouye & Peter A. Hambäck
Many insect species have limited sensory abilities and may not be able to perceive the quality of different types of resources while approaching patchily distributed resources. These restrictions may lead to differences in selection rates between separate patches and between different resource types within a patch, which may have consequences for associational effects between resources. In this study, we used an oviposition assay containing different frequencies of apple and banana substrates divided over two patches...
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