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Honeybee pollinating mexican sunflower
 
Caption : Honeybee pollinating mexican sunflower.
Facts: The mexican sunflower is an annual (grows only one year) and is a type of wild daisy. The plant produces brilliant flowers in orange, yellow and red. The flowers tend to be strong attractors of butterflies and bees. The honeybee has a vital function in the growth of agricultural crops, gardens and wildlife habitat. Pollination occurs as the bee transfers pollen from the male part of the flower (the anthers) to the female part of the flower (the stigma). Humans have a strong dependency on the simple bee as it is estimated that about one-third of the human diet is the direct result of pollinated plants - and the bee is responsible for about 80% of this pollination.
Photographer: David Nunuk
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MEDIUM RES: JPEG, 3425x5143, 5.96MB, ARGB
Keywords: mexican sunflower, sunflower, bees, bee, honeybee, flower, pollination, plant, plants, science, biology
 
 
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