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Optimal foraging in nectar-feeding animals and coevolution with their plants



Optimal foraging in nectar-feeding animals and coevolution with their plants



Foraging behavior: ecological, ethological and psychological: 19-38



Chapter dealing mostly with foragers other than bees.

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