Digest: Shape-shifting in Solanaceae flowers: the influence of pollinators*
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AbstractThis article corresponds to Smith, S. D., and R. Kriebel. 2018. Convergent evolution of floral shape tied to pollinator shifts in Iochrominae (Solanaceae). Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13416.
CitationDodsworth S., Orejuela A., Pérez-Escobar O., Särkinen T., Knapp S. (2018) 'Digest: Shape-shifting in Solanaceae flowers: the influence of pollinators*', Evolution, 72 (3), pp.717-718.
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