Data from: Exotic flower visitors exploit large floral trait spaces resulting in asymmetric resource partitioning with native visitors

Kuppler J, Höfers MK, Trutschnig W, Bathke AC, Eiben JA, Daehler CC, Junker RR

Date Published: June 28, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.436c0

 

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Title Kuppler et al. exploited space overlap of native and exotic flower visitors (single dimensions)
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Description Overlap for each exploited space dimension of native and exotic flower visitor species. Dimension-wise exploited space size were calculated for floral morphology, weather conditions and floral scent compounds using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Emission rate of floral volatiles
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Description Emission rate of volatiles originating from six biochemical pathways in native and exotic plant species. For all functional groups emission rate in ng h[-1] 100mg[-1] dry mass flower are given. Functional groups are aliphatics (A), aromatics (AR), C5-branched pathway (C5), irregular terpenes (IT), monoterpenes (MT), sesquiterpenes (ST). The sample of Sesbania tomentosa was broken and thus this sample was excluded.
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Title Kuppler et al. exploited space size of native and exotic flower visitors (single dimensions)
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Description Size for each exploited space dimension of native and exotic flower visitor species. Dimension-wise exploited space size were calculated for all measured floral traits, weather conditions and floral scent compounds using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic flower-visitor species observed in the study
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Description Observed native and exotic flower visiting taxa. Taxa names are given as species names, morphospecies (M1, M2, etc.) or as genera potentially comprising several species.
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic plant species observed in the study
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Description Native and exotic plant species observed in the study. Given are number of occurrences on study sites and number of floral units (inflorescence or flower) on all study sites.
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic species exploited space size and overlap (full exploited space)
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Description Size and overlap for each exploited space of native and exotic flower visitor species. Exploited space size and overlap were calculated including measured floral morphology, weather conditions and floral scent compounds using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic species exploited space size and overlap (Morphology)
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Description Size and overlap for each exploited space of native and exotic flower visitor species. Exploited space size and overlap were calculated including floral morphology using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic species exploited space size and overlap (scent)
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Description Size and overlap for each exploited space of native and exotic flower visitor species. Exploited space size and overlap were calculated including floral scent compounds using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Native and exotic species exploited space size and overlap (weather)
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Description Size and overlap for each exploited space of native and exotic flower visitor species. Exploited space size and overlap were calculated including weather conditions using dynamic range boxes (Junker et al., 2016, MEE).
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Title Kuppler et al. Plot descripition
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Description Description of study sites.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Kuppler J, Höfers MK, Trutschnig W, Bathke AC, Eiben JA, Daehler CC, Junker RR (2017) Exotic flower visitors exploit large floral trait spaces resulting in asymmetric resource partitioning with native visitors. Functional Ecology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12932

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Kuppler J, Höfers MK, Trutschnig W, Bathke AC, Eiben JA, Daehler CC, Junker RR (2017) Data from: Exotic flower visitors exploit large floral trait spaces resulting in asymmetric resource partitioning with native visitors. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.436c0
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