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Birds vs. Bees: Study Offers New Clues about How Flowers Evolved to Encourage Pollinators to Specialize
April 19, 2017
WORCESTER, Mass., April 19 -- Worcester Polytechnic Institute issued the following news release:

Ecologists who study flowering plants have long believed that flowers evolved with particular sets of characteristics--unique combinations of colors, shapes, and orientations, for example--as a means of attracting specific pollinators. But a recent paper in the journal Ecology suggests that flowers that are visited almost exclusively by hummingbirds are actually designed not to lure bi . . .

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