Table 4: Fruit/seed set resulting from multiple visits of different flower visitors of four plant species.

Visitor speciesNumber of seed set resulting from multiple visits of pollinators of four plants ( figures in the parentheses are means of numbers of seed set per flower)
1234

Alfalfa (a)
A. dorsata100 (12.0±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)
A. florea0000
C. cephalotes100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)
C. rubripes100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)
M. nana100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)100 (12.0 ±0.0)
Toria (a)
A. ilerda100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. dorsata100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. florea100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
A. mellifera100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)100 (24.0 ±0.0)
Carrot (b)
A. leaena100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
A. florea100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
Syrphid sp.100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)100 (2.0 ±0.0)
Bath sponge (a)
A. florea100 (150.0 ±31.2)100 (260.0 ±56.2)100 (440.0 ±88.8)100 (590..0 ±124.3)
Halictus sp.100 (200.0 ±45.7)100 (365.0 ±88.0)100 (580.0 ±126.4)100 (794.0 ±188..0)
Melissodes sp.100 (275.0 ±62.6)100 (490.0 ±114.8)100 (770.0 ±167.0)100 (1179.4 ±235.6)
X. fenestrata100 (700.0 ±157.6)100 (1340.0 ±288.6)100 (1324.0 ±274 .8)100 (1344.0 ±277.0)

(a) Based on visits to 40 flowers and (b) based on visits to 5 inflorescences (the number of flowers was variable); F (P > 0.05) visits = nonsignificant; F (P > 0.05) visitors = nonsignificant; F (P < 0.05) visits = significant; F (P < 0.05) visitors = significant