Data from: The largest early-diverging angiosperm family is mostly pollinated by ovipositing insects and so are most surviving lineages of early angiosperms

Luo S, Zhang L, Yuan S, Ma Z, Zhang D, Renner SS

Date Published: December 4, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fg2b0

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Title Luo_PRSB_Movie1_Kadsura_heteroclita_male_fl_Pinganshan_2015
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Description Video S1. Resseliella midges visiting and ovipositing in a male flower of Kadsura heteroclita filmed by the first author in 2015 in Pinganshan, Forest Park, Guangdong, China.
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Title Luo_PRSB_Movie2_Kadsura_oblongifolia_female_fl_Danzhou_Hainan_2016
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Description Video S2. Resseliella midges visiting and ovipositing in a female flower of Kadsura oblongifolia filmed by the first author in 2016 in Danzhou, Hainan, China.
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Title Luo_PRSB_Movie3_Schisandra_spec_Wang_193_male_fl_Hengshan_2015
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Description Video S3. Resseliella midges visiting and ovipositing in a male flower of Schisandra spec._Wang_Z.W. 193 filmed by the first author in 2015 in Hengshan, Hunan, China.
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Title Luo_PRSB_Movie4_Kadsura_longipedunculata_male_fl_Hengshan_1_2017
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Description Video S4. Resseliella midges visiting and ovipositing in Kadsura longipedunculata, filmed by the first author in 2017 in Hengshan, Hunan, China.
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Luo S, Zhang L, Yuan S, Ma Z, Zhang D, Renner SS (2018) The largest early-diverging angiosperm family is mostly pollinated by ovipositing insects and so are most surviving lineages of early angiosperms. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1870): 20172365. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.2365

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Luo S, Zhang L, Yuan S, Ma Z, Zhang D, Renner SS (2017) Data from: The largest early-diverging angiosperm family is mostly pollinated by ovipositing insects and so are most surviving lineages of early angiosperms. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fg2b0
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