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Search or browse through our library of existing resources on pollination, pollinators and food production. Entries include scientific articles, reports, policy briefs, webinars, videos, and more. To view a particular resource, click on its name below.

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Pollination systems of trees in Kakachi, A mid-elevation wet evergreen forest in western Ghats...
M. Soubadra Devy and Priya Davidar
Articles/Book chapters
2003

A long-term survey (1990–2000) of pollination modes of 86 tree species was carried out at Kakachi, a mid-elevation wet forestsite in...

5182
Flies as pollinators of melittophilous Salviaspecies (Lamiaceae)
Ferhat Celep, Zeynep Atalay , Fatih Dikmen , Musa Doğan and...
Articles/Book chapters
2014

Premise of the study: Floral adaptation to a functional pollinator group does not necessarily mean close specialization to a few...

5181
A quantitative review of pollination syndromes: do floral traits predict effective pollinators?
Vıctor Rosas-Guerrero, Ramiro Aguilar, Silvana Marten-Rodrıguez...
Articles/Book chapters
2014

The idea of pollination syndromes has been largely discussed but no formal quantitativeevaluation has yet been conducted across...

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A generalized pollination system in the tropics: bats, birds and Aphelandra acanthus
Nathan Muchhala, Angelica Caiza, Juan Carlos Vizuete and James...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

A number of different types of flower-visiting animals coexist in any given habitat. What evolutionary and ecological factors influence...

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A generalized pollination system in the tropics: bats, birds and Aphelandra acanthus
Nathan Muchhala, Angelica Caiza, Juan Carlos Vizuete and James...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

A number of different types of flower-visiting animals coexist in any given habitat. What evolutionary and ecological factors influence...

5178
Pollinator perils
Kenneth J. Hillers
Articles/Book chapters
2004

Concern grows about the plightof bees and other key insectsthat function as pollinators ofwild and commercial plants inmany regions.

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Visitation, effectiveness, and efficiency of 15 genera of visitors to wild radish, Raphanus...
Heather F. Sahli and Jeffrey K. Conner
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Plant–pollinator interactions are one of the most important and variable mutualisms in nature. Multiple pollinators often visit plants...

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In situ modeling of multimodal floral cues attracting wild pollinators across environments
Karin Nordström, Josefin Dahlbom, V. S. Pragadheesh, Suhrid...
Articles/Book chapters
2017

With more than 80% of flowering plant species specialized for animal pollination, understanding how wild pollinators utilize resources...

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