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Pollination biology of Opuntia imbricata (Cactaceae) in southern Colorada


, : Pollination biology of Opuntia imbricata (Cactaceae) in southern Colorada. Canadian Journal of Botany 67(1): 24-28

The floral phenology, compatibility system, and pollinator fauna of O. imbricata in S. Colorado were studied. The plants bloom for approx. 4 weeks in June and July. Opuntia imbricata sets numerous seeds when it is open-pollinated or experimentally cross-pollinated; it is self-incompatible and not apomictic.

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