
1996

1997


Maximum number of links

163 (29.5)
200

164 (35.8)
190

Total number of insects

57.7 (6.80)
61

64.6 (9.36)
64

Total number of interactions

277 (36.0)
286

266 (48.4)
268

Maximum number of insects

30.8 (5.29)
30

34.0 (6.00)
39

Connectance

0.155 (0.012)
0.15

0.133 (0.014)
0.14

Pollinator average linkage level

4.80 (0.381)
4.7

4.11 (0.421)
4.2

Distribution of
  
Number of links when at maximum

35

48

Phenophase

50

38

Plants per pollinator

44

44

 For each year and summary statistic, the mean and standard deviation (in parenthesis) are shown, based on 50 simulations. For each summary statistic, the second row shows the observed value. We used the parameters of the joined model. Connectance is defined as the number of observed links divided by the total number of potential links between all species of plants and animals. Bottom three rows: For each simulation it is tested whether the simulated distribution is similar to the observed distribution using KolmogorovSmirnov's test. Shown is the number of times (out of 50) the test gives a pvalue larger than 0.05.