Fly like a lemur, sting like an ant in a crow, as my late grandfather used to say to me before I was born. With that in mind, let’s talk about some plant facts. We have new organs, delicious salty plants and a first of its kind almost-social fern. Let’s go!
- Flying lemur photos
- These ferns may be the first plants known to share work like ants
- Primitive eusociality in a land plant? – Burns – – Ecology – Wiley Online Library
- Abena Dove Osseo-Asare
- Sodium addition increases leaf herbivory and fungal damage across four grasslands
- The dark side of rocks: An underestimated high‐quality food resource in river ecosystems
- A widely studied lab plant has revealed a previously unknown organ
- The sex organs of baobab flowers may solve the puzzle of trees that bear more fruit
- Reproductive ecology of the African baobab: Floral features differ among individuals with different fruit production
- A microbial eukaryote with a unique combination of purple bacteria and green algae as endosymbionts
Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross
Until next time!