Data from: Insect pollinators show constancy for different flower traits between the most‐ and less‐preferred plants: a case study of the long‐proboscid tangle‐veined fly

Bo Du, Li‐Fang Gao, Yu‐Jie Wang, Hai‐Yang Zhang, Wen Zhang, Xiao‐Dan Zhang & Zhen‐Qin Zhu
1. The coevolution of insect pollinators and their host plants is a typical example of natural selection; however, it remains unclear as to how insect pollinators avoid overdependence on one peculiar plant. As most insect pollinators exhibit a diet breadth when showing flower constancy, to determine the difference and similarity of most and less-preferred flowers by insect pollinators may be helpful to understand their trade-off between flower constancy and overdependence. 2. We addressed this question...
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