News Release 07-065
Columbine Flowers Develop Long Nectar Spurs in Response to Pollinators
Research offers evidence that evolution may occur in a stop-and-go pattern
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Flowers in the columbine genus Aquilegia are growing exceptionally long flower spurs in response to pollinators.
Credit: SA Hodges, MA Hodges, D Inouye
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