In a paper recently published in Plant Biology, we have identified environmental differences between niches occupied by diploids and tetraploids Erysimum mediohispanicum.
To evaluate the adaptive significance of the geographic distribution of cytotypes, we characterized the ploidy level of 118 populations across the Iberian Peninsula and obtained their interpolated climate variables from the Worldclim 1.4. In addition, we also characterized floral phenotype of both cytotypes. Read more
Included in Annals of Botany‘s special issue on developmental robustness and species diversity, our papers nalyzes the role of pollinators in the evolution of the phenotypic variation, disparity and integration of the corolla shape of 111 Brassicaceae taxa. Read more
Our paper “The temporal dimension in individual-based plant pollination networks” has been published in Oikos. In this paper we present the temporal changes occurring in a pollination network established between individuals of the extremely generalist herb Erysimum mediohispanicum (Brassicaceae). Read more