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Reproductive biology of Bowdichia virgilioides Kunth (Fabaceae)
Although the flowers of B. virgilioides are widely visited, the species shows a high rate of inbreeding because of automatic self-pollination, and is self-compatible and apomitic.
Pollination of lark daisy on roadsides declines as traffic speed increases along an Amazonian highway.
Overall, results support that traffic velocity negatively affects foraging of flower visitors and the pollination of C. punctatum on roadsides.