nectarivorous


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nectarivorous

(ˌnɛktəˈrɪvərəs)
adj
(Zoology) zoology feeding on nectar
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Seasonality and synchrony of reproduction in three species of nectarivorous Philippines bats.
giganteus), is a large frugivorous and nectarivorous bat that lives in forest, urban, and rural areas and is one of the most persecuted (e.
We observed to Diadasia olivacea as the most frequent nectarivorous visitor type (N) with a total of 16 individuals recorded (Table 1).
GEOGRAPHIC AND ECOLOGICAL AMPLITUDE IN THE NECTARIVOROUS BAT ANOURA FISTULATA (PYHLLOSTOMIDAE: GLOSSOPHAGINAE)
FRUGIVOROUS AND NECTARIVOROUS BIRDS'RICHNESS AND ABUNDANCE INHABITING AN ANDEAN ALDER (Alnus acuminata) PLANTATION AND A SECOND-GROWTH FOREST AT THE COLOMBIAN CENTRAL ANDES
The flowers are very popular among animals--ranging from nectarivorous bats, perching birds and hummingbirds to wasps, bees and hawkmoths--making the sexual reproduction usually very successful.
The 2 experimental values of the body surface area-related GFRs (Table 5) were compared with published values for birds, (17-20) Bennett and Hughes (19) divided data according to the diet of birds as herbivorous, nectarivorous, carnivorous, and omnivorous (Fig 2).
Effects of nectarivorous and frugivorous mammals on reproductive success of plants.
Students manipulate the nutritive gain available from flowers to test the hypothesis that the foraging behavior of nectarivorous insects maximizes energy gain rate.