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Title: Functional diversity mediates macroecological variation in plant–hummingbird interaction networks
Authors: Maruyama, Pietro Kiyoshi
Sonne, Jesper
Vizentin-Bugoni, Jeferson
Martín González, Ana M.
Zanata, Thais Bastos
Abrahamczyk, Stefan
Alarcón, Ruben
Araujo, Andréa Cardoso de
Araújo, Francielle Paulina
Baquero, Andrea C.
Chávez-González, Edgar
Coelho, Aline Góes
Dehling, David Matthias
Fischer, Erich
Kohler, Glauco
Lara, Carlos
Las-Casas, Flor Maria Guedes
Machado, Adriana Oliveira
Machado, Caio Graco
Maglianesi, María Alejandra
Malucelli, Tiago Simões
Marín, Oscar Humberto
Oliveira, Paulo E.
Ornelas, Juan Francisco
Ortiz-Pulido, Raúl
Ramírez-Burbano, Mónica B.
Rocca, Márcia Alexandra
Rodrigues, Licléia da Cruz
Rosero-Lasprilla, Liliana
Rui, Ana Maria
Sandel, Brody S.
Svenning, Jens Christian
Tinoco, Boris A.
Varassin, Isabela Galarda
Watts, Stella
Rahbek, Carsten
Sazima, Marlies And I.
Schleuning, Matthias
Dalsgaard, Bo
Keywords: Environmental Factor
Niche Partitioning
Plant-pollinator Interaction
Species Richness
United States
Issue Date: 2018
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Global Ecology and Biogeography
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 27, Número 10, Pags. 1186-1199
Abstract: Aim: Species interaction networks are known to vary in structure over large spatial scales. We investigated the hypothesis that environmental factors affect interaction network structure by influencing the functional diversity of ecological communities. Notably, we expect more functionally diverse communities to form interaction networks with a higher degree of niche partitioning. Location
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1111/geb.12776
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