Researchers investigate the role of flies in pollination in the Mediterranean region
This study aims to shed light on the role of flies in pollination in the Mediterranean region, using two models and the Mediterranean butterfly butterfly. The models employ populations of Atlantic, African and Eurasian butterflies with different levels of resistance to pathogens. The authors compare the performance of the European butterfly of the same species with a Western butterfly in three species and with African butterflies with a West African-colonized species. For European butterflies, the West African butterfly seems more susceptible to pathogens. This suggests that European butterflies are more resilient to pathogens than West African butterflies. The authors conclude that European butterflies can su시흥출장마사지rvive in high latitudes without major losses of their habitat.
The study demonstrates that European butterfly of the same species (Bolius gryphon) and with a Western (Neodactyla창원출장안마 californica) butterfly and a Mediterranean-colonized species (Pholcus parvum) w엠카지노ere better at pollinating European plants on their own, than were Western butterflies. A new model for the role of flies in pollination in the Mediterranean region is presented.