junker2013: Flower visitation network

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A large (56 plant species by 257 visitor species) network published by Junker et al. (2013).




The format is: int [1:56, 1:257] 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ... - attr(*, "dimnames")=List of 2 ..$ : chr [1:56] "Achillea.millefolium" "Alliaria.petiolata" "Bellis.perennis" "Bunias.orientalis" ... ..$ : chr [1:257] "Agrypnus.murinus" "Ampedus.pomorum" "Anaspis.frontalis" "Anthaxia.nitidula" ...


I modified some entries in the table: (1) There were two instances of Prunus.sp.1.Kirsche (cherry), which I summed and represented as one. Similarly, there (2) two species named Apidae_sp._1 and Apidae_sp.1 which I merged and (3) the exact same thing for Apidae_sp._2 and Apidae_sp.2. In all cases, only one or two observations were added to the column containing more counts. I do not think that these changes will have any effect on the analyses.


Junker, R. R., Blüthgen, N., Brehm, T., Binkenstein, J., Paulus, J., Schaefer, H. M. and Stang, M. 2013. Specialization on traits as basis for the niche-breadth of flower visitors and as structuring mechanism of ecological networks. Functional Ecology 27, 329–-341


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