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The Importance of Handling Time in Community Networks

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Ben Muton-Phillips

on 19 April 2011

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Handling Time Body Size Handling Skills Proboscis Length Nectar Content Floral Complexity Nectar Tube Depth The length of time taken for an insect to extract rewards from a flower. Body size reflects energy needs.

We expect insect to forage faster if they are bigger. Range of nectar tubes

Deeper tubes exclude more visitor species Handling Time Search Time Visitation Rate Abundance Interaction frequency Methods Interaction Strength
Total effect of animal mutualist on reproductive success or seed dispersal of a plant 11 Plant species
28 Insect species
208 Insect individuals
132 Hymenoptera
76 Diptera
Almost 2000 interactions Acknowledgements
Martina Stang
Arjan Zwamborn
Sabrina van der Velde

GOOD LUCK Tim and Saskia

Thanks Quantifying interactions in pollination networks: Morphological determinants of handling times

Ben Muton-Phillips
The future?
Structural eqn modelling
Nectar data (TIM)
Floral unit and flower heads (SASKIA)
Complexity index (ARJAN)
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