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South Africa's long-legged bees adapted to pollinate snapdragon flowers

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South Africa's long-legged bees adapted to pollinate snapdragon flowers
New research from Stellenbosch University (SU) in South Africa shows that, in an extraordinary case of adaptation, the disproportionately long front legs of South Africa's oil-collecting Rediviva bee species have evolved in response to the equally long oil-producing spurs of snapdragons.
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