Data from: Lifelong foraging and individual specialisation are influenced by temporal changes of resource availability

Viktor Szigeti, Ádám Kőrösi, Andrea Harnos & János Kis
Resource availability largely determines the distribution and behaviour of organisms. In plant‐pollinator communities, availability of floral resources may change so rapidly that pollinator individuals can benefit from switching between multiple resources, i.e. different flowering plant species. Insect pollinator individuals of a given generation often occur in different time windows during the reproductive season. This temporal variation in individual occurrences, together with the rapidly changing resource availability, may lead individuals of the same population to encounter...

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