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A Few Mid-May Nature Observations

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The female flowers of the American Holly were crawling with ants that were feasting on the nectar, but providing no benefit to the holly in terms of pollination.   MIKE BOTINNI

The female flowers of the American Holly were crawling with ants that were feasting on the nectar, but providing no benefit to the holly in terms of pollination. MIKE BOTINNI

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: May 19, 2020
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
This week’s warm, sunny weather fast-tracked leaf-out and blooming for many plants that seemed to be in limbo, or very slow-motion growth, during April’s cool temperatures. Even the very-late-to-leaf-out tupelos... more

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