What looks like a pile of mud to a human is an oasis to a dwarf sundew
A twenty-year survey in western Canada shows how deer can obscure other ecological effects in forests.
Invasive species might not always have the upper hand when temperatures rise.
Some plants tackle thieves and pollinators eating pollen by producing enough both to feed visitors and fertilise available ovules.
New study finds that scent is more pollinator-specific than heating up the flower-like parts
How does drought influence floral traits of Sinapis arvensis and how does this affect visitation by bumblebee pollinators?
A recent paper highlights a critical research gap, and reveals the potential for finding new data in old places.
New metric quantifies the “puzzle-shape-ness” of tree crowns.
How do invasive species interact to influence the abundance and physiology of native plants?
Both tannin distribution and root anatomy showed distinct patterns depending on mycorrhiza type.
New X-raying method reveals how a fern accumulates rare-earth elements in its tissues
Foraging decisions of molluscs and mammals repulse seedlings from old adults.
The study demonstrates extensive variation in floral scent among populations of a geographically widespread species, Arabis alpina.