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Variation in pollen transport, Badlands NP, 2018

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2010
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2012

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Larson, D.L., Larson, J.L., and Buhl, D.A., 2018, Variation in pollen transport, Badlands NP, 2018: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9YM2XL4.

Summary

This dataset consists of data collected at Badlands National Park (Interior, SD) that were used in the analysis in support of the article titled "Conserving all the pollinators: Variation in probability of pollen transport among insect taxa," which has been submitted to "Natural Areas Journal." Data collected between May-October, 2010 and 2011, and June-July 2012 included insects found in contact with floral reproductive parts of focal plant species, or plant species within a 1 ha plot surrounding focal plant, and pollen species removed from the collected insects' bodies. Focal plant species included Astragalus barrii (May-June 2010-11), Eriogonum visheri (July-August, 2010-11), Chrysothamnus parryi (September-October 2010-11) and [...]

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These pollen transport data were obtained in order to compare over time and space probabilities of pollen transport among all flower-visiting insect taxa surrounding 3 plant species (Astragalus barrii, Eriogonum visheri, Chrystothamnus parryi) that are endemic to the sparse habitat type found at Badlands National Park, as well as one non-native, invasive plant species (Cirsium arvense) in the western wheatgrass habitat type.

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