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The Generalist Pollination System and Reproductive Success of Calluna vulgaris in the Upper Ardenne
Canadian Journal of Botany, . Т. 76. 11. С. 18431851 (9).
Although specialist pollination systems are often thought to be the outcome of selection, wide evidence exists for generalization within plant-pollinator interactions. We studied the pollination system and reproductive success of Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull over 3 years in an Upper Ardennes site in Belgium. A wide variety of insect visitors was recorded including Hymenoptera, Diptera, and Lepidoptera. Relative abundance of families and species of visitors varied markedly among years except for bees. Bumblebees and honeybees were the most efficient pollinators at the study site. Syrphid flies, mainly large ones, acted as important co-pollinators because of their high relative frequency. Calluna pollen was also dispersed by wind, and insect-exclusion experiments demonstrated that wind pollination contributed to reproductive success. Following open pollination, fruit set was high, ranging from 82.0 to 97.2% and independent of sampling location. Mean seed number per fruit was less than maximum potential seed number and varied strongly among sampling locations. We discuss this pollination system (generalist insect and wind) in terms of the ecological and geographical success of the species.Key words: Calluna vulgaris, pollinator visitation, insects, wind pollination, reproductive success.
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Ключевые словаPollinator visitation, Insects, Reproductive success, Анемофилия
Таксоны растенийCalluna vulgaris

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  1. Dupont Y.L. и др. Spatio-temporal Variation in the Structure of Pollination Networks // Oikos. 2009. Т. 118. № 8. С. 1261–1269. AID: 1112345645.


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