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Diversity and temporal change in the effective pollinators of Asclepias tuberosa
Author(s): M. Fishbein and D. L. Venable
Article Topic(s): Pollination
Research Setting(s): Field
Species Referenced: Asclepias tuberosa (Butterflyweed),
AbstractPollination biology of Asclepias tuberosa was studied in southeastern Arizona. Hymenoptera were most effective at pollinating flowers, however visitation rates and pollinator effectiveness varied by year.
Suggested CitationM. Fishbein and D. L. Venable. "Diversity and temporal change in the effective pollinators of Asclepias tuberosa." Ecology 77.4 (1996): 1061-1073.