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Floral Larceny

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Aaron Perrine

Aaron Perrine


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General Info

Year: 2018
Duration: c. 4:35
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - unknown


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Program Notes

Nectar robbing is specifically the behavior of consuming nectar from a perforation (robbing hole) in the floral tissue rather than from the floral opening. There are two main types of nectar robbing: primary robbing, which requires that the nectar forager perforates the floral tissues itself, and secondary robbing, which is foraging from a robbing hole created by a primary robber. The term "floral larceny" has been proposed to include the entire suite of foraging behaviors for floral rewards that can potentially disrupt pollination. They include "nectar theft" (floral visits that remove nectar from the floral opening without pollinating the flower), and "base working" (removing nectar from in between petals, which generally bypasses floral reproductive structures).

- Program Note from Wikipedia


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