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Male bees (top picture) of the tribe Euglossini will visit orchid flowers to collect volatile compounds (often esters) to give them a fragrance: hence their common name, orchid bees. They collect the substance with their forelimbs and transfer it to pockets in their hindlimbs. The fragrance will make them more attractive to female bees and will therefore increase their probability of mating. The male bees primarily visit orchids of the subtribes Stanhopeinae (left flower) and Castasetinae (right flower) for this. The orchids benefit by being pollinated.
Among the plants that the female bees of Euglossini pollinate is the brazil nut tree, Bertholletia excelsa, in which the flowers last for one day per year (bottom picture). These female insects are the only ones strong enough to force their way into the flower to feed on the nectar unlike, for example, a honey bee. The brazil nut tree therefore relies totally on these insects for dispersion.

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Light Is Here
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Here’s what’s been happening with the Corpse Flower over the past six days. Getting closer to bloom time!

Follow The Huntington for bloom updates on their corpse flower (Amorphophallus titanum)! It’s big, it’s malodorous, it gives Audrey II a run for its money.

The corpse flower, I mean. Not The Huntington. The Huntington is fragrant and lovable and deserves your many visits when you’re on the left coast. —MN

haha I wondering when my will star flowering .. hopefully in my life time :P would like to see it once :)

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Green Man by Brian Froud

Green Man by Brian Froud

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Early winter on the Como Lake (by supersky77)

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Hallstatt, Austria | AparnaS

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Hallstatt, Austria | AparnaS

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