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Come and get me! How plants attract their pollinators.

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Clive Nuttman will explain how flowers ‘use’ rewards and attractants to encourage animal visitors to come to a plant and, hopefully, pick up pollen and subsequently deposit it at the right place and time on another plant of the same species, and explore some of the ways in which this mutually beneficial ‘transaction’ is achieved.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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