Species' phenology is the first filter governing realized network structure followed the dynamic forces such as competition and niche partitioning. We are studying how certain phenological qualities shape the structure and function of plant-pollinator networks in order to contextualize the mechanisms identified in simplified models of network interactions.
Glaum, P., Wood, T. J., Morris, J. R., & Valdovinos, F. S. (2021). Phenology and flowering overlap drive specialisation in plant–pollinator networks. Ecology Letters, 24, 2648-2659.