Natural history March 12, 2009 Ben Shaine 2 Comments Flies pollinating cow parsnip near the study at Sweet Creek, Alaska. Share this:FacebookPrintEmailMoreTwitterLinkedInTumblrPinterestRedditLike this:Like Loading...
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Beautiful photo, did you take it?
Yes, in July, just outside the window in front of my desk. The cow parsnips there are about five feet tall then & are pollinated primarily by the flies. In August, yellow warblers come in bunches to eat the mature seeds.