Ecological network flavors: many-to-many, few-to-many, and few-to-many spatially

Recent conference attendance inspired me to do a quick typology of networks that were presented in various talks. All were done in R using a few different packages.
All were interested in diversity patterns.
None were food webs.

Networks

many-to-many: many plant species and many pollinators for instance

few-to-many: mapping the associated set of pollinators to one flowering species

few-to-many: replicated mapping of diversity for one taxa to a single species of another either nested or spatially contrasted.

 

Network analyses are amazing. I need to learn more!

Can you also map interactions onto other interactions?