Timing is everything. For seeds it’s a matter of life or death.
Sundews are carnivorous plants that feed on small naive insects. So why does a fly deliberately lay its eggs on the plant?
Studying how bees perceive flowers gives insight into how pollinators have influenced flower evolution.
Stains left in the soil from past farmers, and the plants they cultivated, are helping illuminate prehistoric inhabitants of the Amazon.
The wide distribution of the most common chloroplast haplotype agrees with an early dispersal of manioc across Brazilian Amazonia.
You might think that increasing forest cover is good news in Brazil, but that’s not always the case, according to a new study.
In the Pantanal it’s possible that botanists have found a plant that taking it’s first steps – upwards.
Many species of hummingbird-pollinated plants in a tropical montane rain forest experience pollen limitation.