Contrasting pollination modes in three species of Licuala ( Arecaceae : Coryphoideae )

@inproceedings{Barfod2005ContrastingPM,
  title={Contrasting pollination modes in three species of Licuala ( Arecaceae : Coryphoideae )},
  author={Anders S. Barfod and T. Burholt and Finn Borchsenius},
  year={2005}
}
Barfod, A.S., Burholt, T. and Borchsenius, F. (Dept. of Systematic Botany, Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Aarhus, Nordlandsvej 68, DK-8240 Risskov, Denmark) 2003. Contrasting pollination modes in three species of Licuala (Arecaceae: Coryphoideae). Telopea 10(1): 207–223. The pollination modes of Licuala spinosa, L. distans and L. peltata were studied in Peninsular Thailand. The differences in flowering behaviour and mechanisms that promote pollination are described. The pollen… CONTINUE READING

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