生物多样性 ›› 2021, Vol. 29 ›› Issue (4): 495-506.DOI: 10.17520/biods.2020196

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气候变化对植物-传粉昆虫的分布区和物候及其互作关系的影响

施雨含1,2, 任宗昕1, 赵延会1, 王红1,*()   

  1. 1 中国科学院昆明植物研究所东亚植物多样性与生物地理学重点实验室, 昆明 650201
    2 中国科学院大学, 北京 100049
  • 收稿日期:2020-05-08 接受日期:2020-08-14 出版日期:2021-04-20 发布日期:2021-04-20
  • 通讯作者: 王红
  • 基金资助:
    中国科学院先导专项B(XDB31000000);国家自然科学基金-云南省联合重点基金(U1502261);国家自然科学基金(32071670);云岭学者人才项目

Effect of climate change on the distribution and phenology of plants, insect pollinators, and their interactions

Yuhan Shi1,2, Zongxin Ren1, Yanhui Zhao1, Hong Wang1,*()   

  1. 1 CAS Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming 650201
    2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049
  • Received:2020-05-08 Accepted:2020-08-14 Online:2021-04-20 Published:2021-04-20
  • Contact: Hong Wang
  • About author:* E-mail: wanghong@mail.kib.ac.cn

摘要:

全球气候变化对生态系统的影响是人类社会面临的紧迫而又严峻的挑战。气候变化带来的极端气候事件的增多, 直接影响到生态系统生产力和服务功能。本文总结了气候变化对植物-传粉昆虫互作的研究进展, 强调植物-传粉昆虫互作网络结构和其时空演变的解析, 以及互作关系和功能性状重组研究的重要性。近年来在气温持续上升背景下对植物-传粉昆虫互作关系影响的研究也受到了更多关注, 这些研究主要集中在两方面: 一是植物和传粉昆虫分布区的变化, 包括部分种群可能灭绝; 二是物候的变化, 即植物花期和传粉昆虫活动期的改变。植物与传粉昆虫任何一方在空间或时间上的改变, 都会导致传粉关系的错配或丢失。此外, 也可能导致植物-传粉昆虫双方的功能性状及其耦合的改变, 从而影响其互作关系的稳定。建议在今后的研究中关注: (1)覆盖生物多样性的多个尺度的研究; (2)对植物-传粉者互作网络的长期监测; (3)重要指示物种繁殖适合度评价; (4)植物-传粉昆虫互作双方功能性状在时间和空间尺度上的变化, 及其互作关系的重组; (5)关键植物和传粉昆虫类群的评估和保护。

关键词: 气候变化, 植物-传粉昆虫, 分布, 物候, 错配, 互作关系

Abstract

Aim: The impact of global climate change on ecosystems creates a pressing and significant challenge to society. Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme climate events, which have a direct impact on ecosystem productivity and service functions. Here, we conducted a literature review on research progress in this field, including analyses of interaction network structure, temporal and spatial distribution changes, and the importance of “rewiring” interactive relationships and functional traits.

Progress: Recent research has focused on the effects that increasing temperatures have on plant-pollinators in two primary ways. The first is the change in plant and pollinator distributions, including the potential for extirpation of some populations. The second is the change in plant and pollinator phenology, or the change in timing of plant flowering and pollinator activity. Spatial or temporal changes in plants and pollinators under climate change may cause mismatches and potential losses of current plant-pollinator relationships. In addition, climate change may alter the functional traits and coupling between plants and their pollinators, which could affect the stability of their interactions.

Outlook: We recommend that future research should increasingly focus on: (1) covering multiple scales of biodiversity, (2) long-term monitoring of plant-pollinator interaction networks, (3) measuring the fitness of important indicator species, (4) recording changes in the functional traits of plants and pollinators along spatial and temporal scales to help rewire and/or restore their interactions, and (5) evaluating the conservation status of key plants and their pollinators.

Key words: climate change, plant-insect pollinators, distribution, phenology, mismatch, interaction