Table 3: Fruit/seed set in flowers of four plant species resulting from a single visit of three foraging modes of different visitors.

Visitor speciesPer cent fruit/ seed set in flowers of four plants due to a single visit of three foraging modes of different visitors
Only nectar foraging (N)Only pollen foraging (P)Nectar as well as pollen foraging (NP)

Alfalfa
A. dorsata0100 (12.0±0.0)100 (12.0±0.0)
A. florea0-0
C. cephalotes--100 (12.0 ±0.0)
C. rubripes--100 (12.0 ±0.0)
M. nana--100 (12.0 ±0.0)
Toria
A. ilerda-100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. dorsata-100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. florea0100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. mellifera0100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
Carrot
A. leaena-100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
A. florea-100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
Syrphid sp.-100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
Bath sponge
A. florea0100 (147.0 ±28.3)100 (155.0 ±39.8)
Halictus sp.0100 (205.0 ±43.6)100 (198.0 ±48.3)
Melissodes sp.-100 (263.0 ±58.5)100 (272.0 ±69.4)
X. fenestrata-100 (703.0 ±146.2)100 (693.0 ±132.8)

Based on 40 observations, figures in the parentheses represent number of seeds set per flower; t (p> 0.05; d) between P and NP = nonsignificant for all the plants; F (p> 0.05) between pollinators = nonsignificant for alfalfa (), toria (), and carrot (); F (p< 0.05, ) between pollinators = significant for bath sponge; -: pollinator behavior was absent.