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Nature's

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Katie Sword

on 27 October 2015

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Transcript of Nature's

Bats
Honeybees
Attracted to brightly colored flowers- they love blue and yellow- will seek nectar and get dusted with pollen along the way
Pollination: Moving Genetic Material
Nature's

Pollinators

Hummingbirds
*Usually pollinate red/yellow flowers. *Their bill shape is usually associated with the flower shapes they frequent.
*Will defend a reliable food source- they can starve easily
Number the spaces on your circle LIGHTLY and SMALL in the corner of each. Start at the "top" and go around clockwise.
ABIOTIC
Wind/Water
pollinates grains (wheat, oats)
*stamen and stigmas are exposed to air- no bright colors or nectar
pollinate flowers that open at night, usually white flowers
Butterflies
important pollinators, they carry less pollen than bees, but can carry the pollen for greater distances. Will even eat the pollen.
Flies
pollinates pale/dull flowers or darker browns and purples; seeks those that
smell like dung or rotting flesh
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