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Flowering phenology, seed set and bird pollination of five Western Australian Banksia species



Flowering phenology, seed set and bird pollination of five Western Australian Banksia species



Australian Journal of Ecology, 51: 1-7



Flowering phenology and seed set characteristics of five species of Banksia were studied in relation to the nectarivorous birds which feed at their inflorescences.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.1980.tb01225.x

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