Data from: Are pollination "syndromes" predictive? Asian dalechampia fit neotropical models

 

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Title bract-gland selection
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Description Bee visitation to blossoms of Dalechampia bidentata in relation to area of resin gland and size of upper bracts.
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Title GSD-selection_female
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Description Rate of contact with stigmas in relation to gland-stigma distance in blossoms with no male flowers open.
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Title GSD-selection_bisexual-b
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Description Rate of bee contact with stigmas of Dalechampia bidentata in relation to the gland-stigma distance, bisexual blossoms.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Armbruster WS, Gong Y, Huang S (2011) Are pollination "syndromes" predictive? Asian dalechampia fit neotropical models. American Naturalist 178(1): 135-143. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/660279

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Armbruster WS, Gong Y, Huang S (2011) Data from: Are pollination "syndromes" predictive? Asian dalechampia fit neotropical models. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8753
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