Karl J. Duffy, Kirsten L. Patrick and Steven D. Johnson Does the likelihood of an Allee effect on plant fecundity depend on the type of pollinator? Journal of Ecology 101
An Allee effect on plant fecundity may depend on the type of pollinator. In Kniphofia linearifolia, birds were the most effective pollinators, responded positively to plant aggregation, and were associated with increased fecundity. Therefore, the responses of effective pollinators to plant aggregation may underlie Allee effects on plant fecundity.
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