Kaysee Arrowsmith presented her work at the EntoSA Pacific Branch meeting on spatial gradients and network rewiring! She presented data from the 2020 field season and showed that rewiring is predicted by pollinator community composition and abiotic variables, such as temperature and soil moisture, but not plant community composition or geography. Her preliminary findings suggest that geographic variation in interaction patterns is primarily driven by environmental variation between sites and altered competitive dynamics between pollinators for floral resources. Kaysee will collect more data on her spatial gradients project in the 2021 RMBL season. Great work, Kaysee!
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Kaysee presents at Entomological Society of America, Pacific Branch meeting