The potential for indirect effects between co-flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness

Luísa Gigante Carvalheiro, Jacobus Christiaan Biesmeijer, Gita Benadi, Jochen Fründ, Martina Stang, Ignasi Bartomeus, Christopher N. Kaiser-Bunbury, Mathilde Baude, Sofia I F Gomes, Vincent Merckx, Katherine C R Baldock, Andrew T D Bennett, Ruth Boada, Riccardo Bommarco, Ralph Cartar, Natacha Chacoff, Juliana Dänhardt, Lynn V. Dicks, Carsten F. Dormann, Johan EkroosKate S E Henson, Andrea Holzschuh, Robert R. Junker, Martha Lopezaraiza-Mikel, Jane Memmott, Ana Montero-Castaño, Isabel L. Nelson, Theodora Petanidou, Eileen F. Power, Maj Rundlöf, Henrik G. Smith, Jane C. Stout, Kehinde Temitope, Teja Tscharntke, Thomas Tscheulin, Montserrat Vilà, William E. Kunin

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