Night blooms and their pollinators

Manduca sexta feeding from Datura flower © Kiley Riffey. Flickr

Manduca sexta feeding from Datura flower
© Kiley Riffey. Flickr

“The primary nocturnal and crepuscular pollinators are creatures of the night like moths and bats. But, did you know that a few bees have become nocturnal as well? Mostly, they are species that live in hot and dry places.”

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