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Pollination Relation - Butterflies & moths

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Ann Schulte

on 19 June 2014

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Transcript of Pollination Relation - Butterflies & moths

We are all part of the web of life.

Animals need plants and plants need animals.Ultimately, we all need each other in a very intricate and complex web of interactions.
When someone says "pollination" most folks think about bees. It's true that an enormous amount of our food source is pollinated by bees. It's also where the most research has been.
*Butterflies fly longer distances
*They travel up to 12miles an hour
*They have the ability to see colors that bees can't (red and some ultraviolet colors for example)
*And they ultimately cover more ground
Butterflies & moths play an important role in pollination - of which we truly do not know the full extent.
Here are some particularly interesting species specifically, because they have a mutualistic relationship with their host plant, meaning; if one were to disappear the other would as well.
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*You are flowers (Like the Coontie)
*You are holding dots (Pollen)
*Every time you get passed the pollinator you put some Pollen on to it, you take some your own type off and put it next to you
*This "Ball" is a pollinator (Like the Atala)
If you didn't get any of your own type of pollen (The type with the same numbers on it) back, then you weren't pollinated
Their are over 100 known species of butterflies in Florida!
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