Moon-moths and wind-flowers. by Amy Howard Wales Bullock

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Paginationix, 154 p.
Number of Pages154
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Open LibraryOL14793674M

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The two main pollinating agents are insects and the wind. Flowers pollinated by insects are termed 'entomophilous' and those using wind are 'anemophilous'. Other pollination agents include water currents (for some aquatic plants), some species of bird, bats (in the tropics) and also some slugs.

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