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Figure 1. Possible pollination syndromes in Drymonia. (A) Drymonia ambonensis and (B) D. coriacea appear hummingbird adapted; note the hypocyrtoid (pouched) corollas and bright colors. (C) Drymonia turrialvae and (D) D. laciniosa appear bee adapted; note the campanulate corollas, fimbriate petal margins, and nectar guides.








John L. Clark, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
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