Posts filed under: Flower Pollination

The Pollinator Partnership's free, all-year-round guide lets you know which flowers to plant to help your region's pollinators thrive....
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To us human observers, the bee’s path often seems random, as it drowsily loops and buzzes about in forests and fields. Yet here, we’d be wrong. Yet here, we’d be...
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“Flowers are hotspots for parasite spread between and within pollinator populations,” said Peter Graystock, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Entomology at the University of California, Riverside and a member of...
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