How inter-individual variation in plant traits drives the context-dependency of plant-pollinator interactions

Blanca Arroyo-Correa discusses her recent article: Individual-based plant–pollinator networks are structured by phenotypic and microsite plant traits. Find out more about what this research reveals about the drivers underlying the context dependency of plant–pollinator interactions. The establishment of mutualistic interactions is influenced by the abiotic and biotic context in which they take place and therefore…

Interview with Jörg Albrecht

Jörg Albrecht et al. have a paper out in the journal (vol 101, issue 4, pp. 662-70) titled Logging and forest edges reduce redundancy in plant–frugivore networks in an old-growth European forest. Read their paper here. We caught up with Jörg recently to chat about his research.