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More Information about: pollination
Term pollination
Explanation The process where flowering plants are fertilised by the transfer of male pollen to the female stigma by animals, air or water currents. Diptera are very significant pollinators, often more so than Hymenoptera, but they are often named, only to family, incorrectly, or not at all.

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Submitted by Robert Nash
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#1 | Robert Nash on 11 July 2006 14:07:12
Link:Flower visitors Guide: Some of the most common insects found on flowers in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. is a very attractivePfftPfft "Hometown" site with a section on pollination
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