Supplement 1. Primary data used for analyses of the frequency of pollination modes and data used for analyses of insect-pollinated plant species.

<h2>File List</h2><blockquote> <a href="f_pol_mod.txt">f_pol_mod.txt</a> - frequency of pollination modes<br> <a href="ins_pol_spec.txt">ins_pol_spec.txt</a> - insect-pollinated plant species </blockquote><h2>Description</h2><blockquote> <p>Data stored in txt files (semicolon delimited text files with header)</p> <p>f_pol_mod.txt<i> - Frequency of pollination modes</i></p> <p>Status: native; arch – archaeophyte; neo – neophyte; cas – casual; nat – naturalized; inv – invasive. Pollination mode: in – insect; wi – wind; se – self (ge - geitonogamy; kl – cleistogamy; pk – pseudocleistogamy; wa – water). See text for source data on habitat and grid cells numbers. Phylogeny is coded in CAIC format (Purvis and Rambaut 1995) and identifies the position of a species within the phylogeny. All branches with a common root are given successive letters A, B, C… The series of all letters at each bifurcation beginning from the root is the phylogenetic code.</p> <p>ins_pol_spec.txt<i> - Insect-pollinated plant species</i></p> <p>Status: native; arch – archaeophyte; neo – neophyte; cas – casual; nat – naturalized; inv – invasive. Pollination mode: in – insect; wi – wind; se – self (ge - geitonogamy; kl – cleistogamy; pk – pseudocleistogamy; wa – water). See text for sources of data on habitat and grid cells numbers, and on pollinator species numbers. Collumns bees...wasps show number of species in pollinator functional groups. </p> </blockquote>