Data from: Species abundance, not diet breadth, drives the persistence of the most linked pollinators as plant-pollinator networks disassemble

 

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Title PollinatorAbundance_GradientSites_CA
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Description Pollinator abundance by species at gradient sites in California
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Title PollinatorAbundance_GradientSites_NJ
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Description Pollinator abundance by species at gradient sites in New Jersey
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Title PollinatorTraits_ReferenceSites_CA
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Description Pollinator traits by species, as measured at reference sites in California
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Title PollinatorTraits_ReferenceSites_NJ
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Description Pollinator traits by species, as measured at reference sites in New Jersey
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Winfree R, Williams NM, Dushoff J, Kremen C (2014) Species abundance, not diet breadth, drives the persistence of the most linked pollinators as plant-pollinator networks disassemble. The American Naturalist 183(5): 600-611. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/675716

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Winfree R, Williams NM, Dushoff J, Kremen C (2014) Data from: Species abundance, not diet breadth, drives the persistence of the most linked pollinators as plant-pollinator networks disassemble. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qq67h
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