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Ecological interactions shape the evolution of flower color in communities across a temperate biodiversity hotspot

Skeels, Alexander; Dinnage, Russell; Medina, Iliana; Cardillo, Marcel


Processes driving the divergence of floral traits may be integral to the extraordinary richness of flowering plants and the assembly of diverse plant communities. Several models of pollinator‐mediated floral evolution have been proposed; floral divergence may (i) be directly involved in driving speciation or may occur after speciation driven by (ii) drift or local adaptation in allopatry or (iii) negative interactions between species in sympatry. Here, we generate predictions for patterns of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2021
Type: Journal article
Source: Evolution Letters
DOI: 10.1002/evl3.225
Access Rights: Open Access


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