Is what we know about the structure of pollination networks robust to sampling effects ?
Ecosystems are composed of many species interacting with each other and with their abioticenvironment. These complex interdependencies are crucial for understanding ecosystems’ ability torespond to perturbations. Networks are powerful tools to describe such systems of species linked byecological interactions and study how their architecture relates to ecosystem functioning andresponse to perturbation [e.g. 1].