Marinus De Jager
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Plant–pollinator interactions along the pathway to paternity
C Minnaar, B Anderson, ML de Jager, JD Karron
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 225-245, 2019
Do pollinators influence the assembly of flower colours within plant communities?
ML De Jager, LL Dreyer, AG Ellis
Oecologia 166, 543-553, 2011
Floral polymorphism and the fitness implications of attracting pollinating and florivorous insects
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Annals of Botany 113 (2), 213-222, 2014
Gender‐specific pollinator preference for floral traits
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Functional Ecology 26 (5), 1197-1204, 2012
Does morphology matter? An explicit assessment of floral morphology in sexual deception
ML de Jager, R Peakall
Functional Ecology 30 (4), 537-546, 2016
Intraspecific divergence in floral‐tube length promotes asymmetric pollen movement and reproductive isolation
C Minnaar, ML de Jager, B Anderson
New Phytologist 224 (3), 1160-1170, 2019
When is resemblance mimicry?
ML de Jager, B Anderson
Functional Ecology 33 (9), 1586-1596, 2019
The impact of floral spot and ring markings on pollinator foraging dynamics
ML de Jager, E Willis-Jones, S Critchley, BJ Glover
Evolutionary Ecology 31, 193-204, 2017
The importance of flower visitors not predicted by floral syndromes
DG de Merxem, B Borremans, ML De Jäger, T Johnson, M Jooste, P Ros, ...
South African Journal of Botany 75 (4), 660-667, 2009
Experimental examination of pollinator-mediated selection in a sexually deceptive orchid
ML de Jager, R Peakall
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 347-354, 2019
Floral trait variation and integration as a function of sexual deception in Gorteria diffusa
AG Ellis, SF Brockington, ML de Jager, G Mellers, RH Walker, BJ Glover
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
Costs of deception and learned resistance in deceptive interactions
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1779), 20132861, 2014
Pollinators can prefer rewarding models to mimics: consequences for the assumptions of Batesian floral mimicry
M de Jager, E Newman, G Theron, P Botha, M Barton, B Anderson
Plant Systematics and Evolution 302, 409-418, 2016
Natural selection in mimicry
B Anderson, ML de Jager
Biological Reviews 95 (2), 291-304, 2020
The influence of pollinator phylogeography and mate preference on floral divergence in a sexually deceptive daisy
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Evolution 67 (6), 1706-1714, 2013
Evolutionary history of a keystone pollinator parallels the biome occupancy of angiosperms in the Greater Cape Floristic Region
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 107, 530-537, 2017
Honey bees are important pollinators of South African blueberries despite their inability to sonicate
K Martin, B Anderson, C Minnaar, M de Jager
South African journal of botany 137, 46-51, 2021
Honey bees, Apis mellifera, are important pollinators of the highbush blueberry variety Ventura despite the inability to sonicate
K Martin, B Anderson, C Minnaar, M de Jager
BioRxiv, 551523, 2019
Cross-compatibility of five highbush blueberry varieties and ideal crossing combinations
K Martin, C Minnaar, M Jager, B Anderson
BioRxiv, 742114, 2019
The assembly of flower colour within communities of Oxalis (Oxalidaceae) through pollinator-mediated selection
ML de Jager, AG Ellis, LL Dreyer
South African Journal of Botany 2 (75), 397-398, 2009
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