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The pollination ecology of two species of Parkia (Mimosaceae) in southern ThailandBUMRUNGSRI, Sara; HARBIT, Andrew; BENZIE, Charles et al.Journal of tropical ecology. 2008, Vol 24, pp 467-475, issn 0266-4674, 9 p., 5Article

The relationships between floral traits and specificity of pollination systems in three Scandinavian plant communitiesLAZARO, Amparo; HEGLAND, Stein Joar; TOTLAND, Orjan et al.Oecologia. 2008, Vol 157, Num 2, pp 249-257, issn 0029-8549, 9 p.Article

Breeding system, pollinator choice and variation in pollen quality in British herbaceous plantsHANLEY, M. E; FRANCO, M; PICHON, S et al.Functional ecology (Print). 2008, Vol 22, Num 4, pp 592-598, issn 0269-8463, 7 p.Article

Pollinator specialization and pollination syndromes of three related North American SileneREYNOLDS, Richard J; WESTBROOK, M. Jody; ROHDE, Alexandra S et al.Ecology (Durham). 2009, Vol 90, Num 8, pp 2077-2087, issn 0012-9658, 11 p.Article

The importance of scent and nectar filters in a specialized wasp-pollination systemSHUTTLEWORTH, Adam; JOHNSON, Steven D.Functional ecology (Print). 2009, Vol 23, Num 5, pp 931-940, issn 0269-8463, 10 p.Article

Bird-pollinated flowers in an evolutionary and molecular contextCRONK, Quentin; OJEDA, Isidro.Journal of experimental botany. 2008, Vol 59, Num 4, pp 715-727, issn 0022-0957, 13 p.Article

Herbarium specimens reveal the footprint of climate change on flowering trends across north-central North AmericaCALINGER, Kellen M; QUEENBOROUGH, Simon; CURTIS, Peter S et al.Ecology letters (Print). 2013, Vol 16, Num 8, pp 1037-1044, issn 1461-023X, 8 p.Article

Evolutionary changes in nectar sugar composition associated with switches between bird and insect pollination: the Canarian bird-flower element revisitedDUPONT, Y. L; HANSEN, D. M; RASMUSSEN, J. T et al.Functional ecology (Print). 2004, Vol 18, Num 5, pp 670-676, issn 0269-8463, 7 p.Article

Chemical mimicry of insect oviposition sites: a global analysis of convergence in angiospermsJÜRGENS, Andreas; WEE, Suk-Ling; SHUTTLEWORTH, Adam et al.Ecology letters (Print). 2013, Vol 16, Num 9, pp 1157-1167, issn 1461-023X, 11 p.Article

Dark, bitter-tasting nectar functions as a filter of flower visitors in a bird-pollinated plantJOHNSON, Steven D; HARGREAVES, Anna L; BROWN, Mark et al.Ecology (Durham). 2006, Vol 87, Num 11, pp 2709-2716, issn 0012-9658, 8 p.Article

Effectiveness of short-tongued bees as pollinators of apparently ornithophilous New Zealand mistletoesROBERTSON, Alastair W; LADLEY, Jenny J; KELLY, Dave et al.Austral ecology (Print). 2005, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 298-309, issn 1442-9985, 12 p.Article

Floral divergence, pollinator partitioning and the spatiotemporal pattern of plant―pollinator interactions in three sympatric Adenophora speciesLIU, Chang-Qiu; HUANG, Shuang-Quan.Oecologia. 2013, Vol 173, Num 4, pp 1411-1423, issn 0029-8549, 13 p.Article

Pollination biology of Annona squamosa L. (Annonaceae): Evidence for pollination syndromeKISHORE, Kundan; SHUKLA, A. K; BABU, Naresh et al.Scientia horticulturae. 2012, Vol 144, pp 212-217, issn 0304-4238, 6 p.Article

Bimodal Pollination by Wasps and Beetles in the African Milkweed Xysmalobium undulatumSHUTTLEWORTH, Adam; JOHNSON, Steven D.Biotropica. 2008, Vol 40, Num 5, pp 568-574, issn 0006-3606, 7 p.Article

Pollinator activity can explain variation in outcrossing rates within individual treesHINGSTON, Andrew B; POTTS, Brad M.Austral ecology (Print). 2005, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 319-324, issn 1442-9985, 6 p.Article

Relationships between species' floral traits and pollinator visitation in a temperate grasslandHEGLAND, Stein Joar; TOTLAND, Ørjan.Oecologia. 2005, Vol 145, Num 4, pp 586-594, issn 0029-8549, 9 p.Article

Evaluation of pollination syndromes in Antillean Gesneriaceae : evidence for bat, hummingbird and generalized flowersMARTEN-RODRIGUEZ, Silvana; ALMARALES-CASTRO, Abel; FENSTER, Charles B et al.Journal of ecology. 2009, Vol 97, Num 2, pp 348-359, issn 0022-0477, 12 p.Article

Natural History Note: Are Pollination Syndromes Predictive? Asian Dalechampia Fit Neotropical ModelsSCOTT ARMBRUSTER, W; GONG, Yan-Bing; HUANG, Shuang-Quan et al.The American naturalist. 2011, Vol 178, Num 1, pp 135-143, issn 0003-0147, 9 p.Article

Start making scents : the challenge of integrating chemistry into pollination ecologyRAGUSO, Robert A.Entomologia experimentalis et applicata. 2008, Vol 128, Num 1, pp 196-207, issn 0013-8703, 12 p.Conference Paper

Palp-Faction: An African Milkweed Dismembers Its Wasp PollinatorsSHUTTLEWORTH, Adam; JOHNSON, Steven D.Environmental entomology. 2009, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 741-747, issn 0046-225X, 7 p.Article

The chemical nature of fetid floral odours in stapeliads (Apocynaceae-Asclepiadoideae-Ceropegieae). CommentaryJÜRGENS, Andreas; DÏTTERL, Stefan; MEVE, Ulrich et al.New phytologist. 2006, Vol 172, Num 3, issn 0028-646X, 382-385, 452-468 [21 p.]Article

Does competition for pollinators contribute to structuring Erica communities?HEYSTEK, A; PAUW, A.Journal of vegetation science. 2014, Vol 25, Num 3, pp 648-656, issn 1100-9233, 9 p.Article

Can floral traits predict an invasive plant's impact on native plant―pollinator communities?GIBSON, Michelle R; RICHARDSON, David M; PAUW, Anton et al.Journal of ecology. 2012, Vol 100, Num 5, pp 1216-1223, issn 0022-0477, 8 p.Article

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