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  • Camponotus mus en nectario extrafloral
  • favor and look closely at plants You will certainly see adaptations that give them protection or make them better adapted for their habitats Delta Journal Article Extrafloral nectaries Delta Journal The Times Picayune August 12 2007 C 9
  • A note about the common names All the common names except the last one listed in the table at the beginning of the post come from the
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  • Turnera ulmifolia is one of three species of Turnera found in Panama Ants and wasps feed at its extrafloral nectaries and ants disperse its seeds
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  • mostly in the tropics and subtropics Turnera ulmifolia is one of three species of Turnera found in Panama Ants and wasps feed at its extrafloral nectaries and ants disperse its seeds
  • Coryphantha echinoidea SB26 Salinas SLP Mexico The red extrafloral nectaries attract the
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  • In my naivete I assumed that this information would suffice for me to at least discover the family to which it belongs Brother was I wrong
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  • Ant feeding on extrafloral nectaries
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  • little nodules like tiny Lima beans at the exact place where the leaf blade meets the leaf stalk petiole There s also an oval shaped structure right at the base of the petiole I also managed to look at the flower itself more closely It had 5 sepals and 2 grass like small bracts bracteoles Further its 5 pollen bearing stamens hid the one female pistil
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  • I also managed to look at the flower itself more closely It had 5 sepals and 2 grass like small bracts bracteoles Further its 5 pollen bearing stamens hid the one female pistil
  • The little hairy extrusions are called <b>extrafloral nectaries< b> are high in sucrose and are used by the plant to attract ants presumably as a defence against other insects harmful to the plant A list of plants known to use these nectaries to attract ants can be found <a href= http www biosci unl edu emeriti keeler extrafloral worldlistfamilies htm >here< a> Bachelor s Buttons family Asteraceae are included in this list
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  • wiliwili Leaves have Extrafloral Structural Nectaries that occur at the base of the Leaflets
  • Dr Ram Nayar introducing the last presentation Do Ants prefer Extrafloral Nectar over Floral Nectar of Passiflora incarnata by Justin Duffy and Cynthia Bennington of Daytona State
  • On disturbance several workers emerge and run wildly over the leaf surface for a few seconds then retreat back inside the nest Workers may also be found at extrafloral nectaries
  • A1 Adult arthropod abundance by limb jarring on peach trees with and without extrafloral nectaries +EFN EFN by year Proportion of total collection is shown in parentheses
  • Different ant species frequently have distinct humidity and temperature preferences especially in tropical habitats which may result in the segregation of the daily foraging
  • The leaf blades were about 5 cm by 2 5 cm long Hairs on both top and bottom gave the leaves a velvety feel More interesting was a feature that I thought would really help in identification two small glands at the base of the leaf
  • Click on image to view larger version Fig 3 Partial regression leverage plots for the gossypol gland index vs the extrafloral nectary EFN index in each of three Gossypium thurberi populations A Florida Canyon B Agua
  • surveyed on three plant species typical of cerrado vegetation Qualea grandiflora Vochysiaceae Caryocar brasiliense Caryocaraceae and Ouratea hexasperma Ochnaceae Table 3 summarizes the ant genera in each subfamily and the number of species per genus recorded on each of the three plant species The subfamilies Formicinae and Myrmicinae were
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  • 5 slightly fringed petals and 5 pollen bearing stamens I took a cutting home to look at the details more closely
  • jarring on peach trees with and without extrafloral nectaries +EFN EFN and with and without control ant exclusion in 2003 Proportion of total collection is shown in parentheses
  • Click on image to view larger version Fig 4A L General features of Liquidambar formosana infructescences A B Overview of infructescence C Hand sections of individual bilocular fruit at right and series of extrafloral

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  • Ant Plant This plant houses these ants in a symbiotic relationship. They protect it from herbivores and in return the plant feeds the ants via extrafloral nectaries. Want to hear what rain forests really sound like? Hear my recordings at and
  • Clutter Video Tip: Organizing Your Junk Drawer Get organized with home organizing tips from professional organizers at The Clutter Diet. Can you keep a secret? I'm not only a junk drawer advocate; I'm also a junk drawer user. There I said it- I firmly believe that you need a place to store your doodads, gizmos and thingamajigs. The key is organizing junk drawer. In today's video Lorie Marrero is showing you her junk drawer and explaining how to be organized in this small space. Organizing your widgets will make finding the right doohickey at the right time possible. I don't know whatchamacall- that, but I call that a success! If you are asking help me organize junk drawer, you are in the right place. These Clutter Video Tips are posted frequently here on our clutterdiet organizing channel. You can search Twitter for #ClutterVideoTip also to find comments on our organizing tips. Lorie Marrero is the creator of and the author of The Clutter Diet The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life. Lorie also serves as the national spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and ambassador of the Donate Movement. 1. Junk drawers are not for stashing. 2. Don't keep things here you have not used in years. 3. Don't pile so much in that you lose visibility. Related Links: http Transcript: Hi. I'm Lorie Marrero, creator of the Clutter Diet book and on-line program and today we're going to talk about junk drawers ...
  • Polyrhachis pruinosa feeding at nectaries Polyrhachis pruinosa feeding at extrafloral nec... (more) Added: January 22, 2008 Polyrhachis pruinosa feeding at extrafloral nectaries around the rim of the pitcher of Nepenthes rafflesiana in Sandakan Rainforest Park
  • Ants on vetch Many wild plants are important in the environment because of their special associations with beneficial insects which in turn pollinate or protect crops. This short clip showing ants visiting extra-floral nectaries on Common vetch plants.
  • Ants visit vetch extrafloral nectaries in Marion County, Ohio, USA June 14, 2009 Narrow-leaved vetch (Vicia angustifolia) is a low-growing herb in the legume family (Fabaceae) that bears extrafloral nectaries at the base of the leaves. Here in an open meadow, ants visit the nectaries. It is generally the case that, by providing a food source for ants, the plant receives a benefit: protection by the ants from plant-eating predators.
  • Down House - Home of Charles Darwin Charles Darwin is a hero of mine (and, of course, many others) and this is where he lived and worked with his family. He is best known for his book On the Origin of Species by Natural Selection and his travels that included the Galapagos Islands, but I like to think that I can actually visit the place where he did much of his work and wrote, amongst other things, The Origin. Darwin didn't have full understanding and I give an example of that, but that doesn't mean all his ideas were wrong. It is a strength of science that we build on past knowledge and understanding to gain a better and more complete view of the world (and, dare I say, our place in it). I think I sound a bit strange (!), but I am recovering for an infection. I meant to say that the ant was taken in a local churchyard, that is, local to me, not Down House. All photos were taken on a film camera a few years ago and digitised. Link to information on Down House: www.english- If you are in or visit this part of the UK, I would recommend making Down House part of your itinerary. Thanks for watching.
  • ABDSP_Pinyon Mountain_Jon Rebman_2012 01 08_EXTRAFLORAL NECTARIES_Jon Rebman.MOV Jon Rebman, Ph.D., curator of botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum since 1996, in the field in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, San Diego County, California, 8 January 2012, describing the extrafloral nectaries ("gland spines") of Ferocactus cylindraceus (California barrel cactus).
  • Ants scurry about vetch extra-floral nectary in Marion County, Ohio. Narrow-leaved, Vicia angustifolia, is an introduced vine-like herb in the pulse family (Fabaceae). At the base of each leaf is a glandular depression that serves as an extrafloral nectary, apparently secreting a sugary substance that is avidly sought by ants. This video was taken June 6, 2010 in a meadow in Morral, Marion County, Ohio, USA.
  • Crematogaster Ants Guarding Cactus These are Crematogaster ants and are actively patrolling the surfaces of a Jumping Cholla. In essence the cactus hires the ant to ward of plant eaters of all kinds. The pay is sweet exudate from the areoles. These ants are also known as Acrobat Ants.
  • Bull-Horn Acacia Ants Bull-horn Acacia ants display an amazing symbiotic relationship with the tree in which they live. The tree provides a home and food, and in turn, the ants protect the tree.
  • How to Pronounce Nectaries Learn how to say Nectaries correctly with EmmaSaying's "how do you pronounce" free tutorials. Definition of nectary (oxford dictionary): noun (plural nectaries) Botany a nectar-secreting glandular organ in a flower (floral) or on a leaf or stem (extrafloral). Origin: mid 18th century: from modern Latin nectarium, from nectar (see nectar)
  • Many ants visit extrafloral nectaries of narrow-leaved vetch in Marion County, Ohio, USA. The introduced weed narrow-leaved vetch, Vicia angustifolia, has extrafloral nectaries that are avidly exploited by ants which, I presume, defend the plant against herbivores. The habitat is a meadow in Morral, Marion County, Ohio, on June15, 2010. Birds singing include American crow, yellow-breasted chat, and field sparrow.