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  • Ecological mechanisms explaining interactions within plant–hummingbird networks: morphological matching increases towards lower latitudes 

    Sonne, J; Vizentin-Bugoni, J; Maruyama, PK; Araujo, AC; Chávez-González, E; Coelho, AG; Cotton, PA; Marín-Gómez, OH; Lara, C; Lasprilla, LR; Machado, CG; Maglianesi, MA; Malucelli, TS; González, AMM; Oliveira, GM; Oliveira, PE; Ortiz-Pulido, R; Rocca, MA; Rodrigues, LC; Sazima, I; Simmons, BI; Tinoco, B; Varassin, IG; Vasconcelos, MF; O'Hara, B; Schleuning, M; Rahbek, C; Sazima, M; Dalsgaard, B (The Royal Society, 2020-03)
    <jats:p>Interactions between species are influenced by different ecological mechanisms, such as morphological matching, phenological overlap and species abundances. How these mechanisms explain interaction frequencies ...

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