Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 19, 2019

Wildfires disrupt important pollination processes by moths and increase extinction risks 

ScienceDaily reports

Researchers have shown for the first time the detrimental effect of wildfires on moths and the ecological benefits they provide by transporting pollen, making interacting plant and insect communities more vulnerable to local extinctions.

Read story at Wildfires disrupt important pollination processes by moths and increase extinction risks — ScienceDaily


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