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2018 Vol.26 Issue 5
Published 20 May 2018

Detection of plant-pollinator interactions. Top left: Two female cheaters (Eupristina sp.), non-pollinating agaonid fig wasps, are trying to enter the syconium of Ficus altissima; Top middle: A halictid bee (Lasioglossum sp.) is collecting pollen from Lilium duchartrei, acting as a pollen robber rather than a pollinator because its body is too small to mechanically fit the distance between the male and female organs; Top right: Scales from a moth visitor deposited on a stigma of Chamerion angustifolium with microscopy, illustrating that nocturnal visits by moths could be indirectly inferred via checking scale deposition on stigmas; Bottom left: Apis dorsata is collecting pollen from male plants of Homonoia riparia; Bottom middle: A worker of Bombus breviceps is robbing nectar at the base of corolla tube in Salvia divinorum without contact with pollen or stigmas; Bottom right: A worker of Bombus trifasciatus is collecting nectar from Dianthus chinensis, its head and throat may contact anthers outside the corolla. (Designed by Shuangquan Huang. Photo credit: Yanqiong Peng, Shuangquan Huang, Yunpeng Song, Zachary Y. Huang, Jiandong An and Jiaxing Huang)


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Editorial
429  Shuangquan Huang
A better understanding of ecological networks needs studying plant–pollinator interactions
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 429-432 [Abstract] ( 51 ) [PDF 461KB] ( 130 )
Reviews
433  Zeyu Tong, Huanli Xu, Shuangquan Huang
Examining methodologies of pollinator detection in the field
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 433-444 [Abstract] ( 134 ) [PDF 1091KB] ( 170 )
445  Dandan Lang, Min Tang, Xin Zhou
Qualitative and quantitative molecular construction of plant–pollinator network: Application and prospective
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 445-456 [Abstract] ( 48 ) [PDF 1659KB] ( 68 )
457  Shiguo Sun, Bin Lu, Xinmin Lu, Shuangquan Huang
On reproductive strategies of invasive plants and their impacts on native plants
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 457-467 [Abstract] ( 59 ) [PDF 905KB] ( 138 )
468  Hao Tian, Wanjin Liao
Consequences of clonal growth on pollinator visitation in flowering plants
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 468-475 [Abstract] ( 43 ) [PDF 678KB] ( 63 )
476  Pei Yang, Yanqiong Peng, Ronghua Zhao, Darong Yang
Biological characteristics, threat factors and conservation strategies for the giant honey bee Apis dorsata
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 476-485 [Abstract] ( 46 ) [PDF 3291KB] ( 107 )
486  Jiaxing Huang, Jiandong An
Species diversity, pollination application and strategy for conservation of the bumblebees of China
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 486-497 [Abstract] ( 39 ) [PDF 3110KB] ( 119 )
Original Papers
498  Jannathan Mamut, Xiaojun Cheng, Dunyan Tan
Heteromorphism of florets and reproductive characteristics in Heteracia szovitsii (Asteraceae), a desert ephemeral annual herb
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 498-509 [Abstract] ( 27 ) [PDF 1590KB] ( 55 )
510  Yuxian Wang, Zuojun Liu, Zhigang Zhao, Meng Hou, Xiaorui Zhang, Wanling Lü
Responses of floral longevity to pollination environments in 11 species from two alpine meadows
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 510-518 [Abstract] ( 38 ) [PDF 941KB] ( 62 )
519  Juan Wang Yaxin Zhai Aiqin Zhang
Temporal variation of plant sexes in a wild population of Tulipa sinkian-gensis over seven years
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 519-526 [Abstract] ( 31 ) [PDF 942KB] ( 53 )
Forum
527  Xiangyu Jia, Bin Bai, Jieqing Zhang, Yi Huang
The effects of IPBES deliverables on global biodiversity conservation strategy—an analysis based on the U. S. pollinator protection policy
2018 Vol. 26 (5): 527-534 [Abstract] ( 46 ) [PDF 817KB] ( 62 )
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