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Out of all other species that are known to pollinate, bees are the most abundant when it comes to the task. The majority of flowers that survives in our environment are able to do so because of bees. Bees are quite an important part of our ecosystem just like the fruit and the seeds that come from the pollination. Did you know that there are actually three different types of pollination categorized as self-pollination, pollination from a different flower and pollination from a different plant? Cross pollination is the type of pollination that is consisted from a different plant. This type of pollination is quite important when it comes to diversity and the genetics of plants for the success of various species. The pollen that is produced inside of the stamens of flowers is transferred over to the female plants which are also known as pistils. The weight of the pollination grain will determine whether a plant is pollinated by the wind or an insect. Grass and wheat seeds are often transferred by the wind for the purpose of pollination, while heavier plants like fruit trees rely on insects for the pollination process to be successful. However, smaller plants such as the flower in the photo, can still be pollinated by insects, and don’t only rely on the wind to make the transfer. In some places around the world there is a commercial pollination phenomenon that occurs more often than natural pollination because of a lack of vegetation. Some bees that were considered wild bees at one point are now commercial bees since they have been bred commercially for crop pollination. Some of these bees that have become commercial include Mason Bees, Leafcutter Bees, Sweat Bees, and Bumble Bees. There are other different kinds of bees as well. These bees collect the pollen and the nectar with their hind legs; the sacs on the back of them that they have created.

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Camera: Olympus E-M5 (OM-D)

Adapter: Olympus MMF-2

Teleconverter: Olympus EC-20 Tele Converter 2,0x

Lens: Zuiko Digital ED 70-300mm/1:4.0-5.6 EZ-7030

Lens hood: LH-61E

Wireless remote control: Pixel TW-282

Tripod: Velbon CX 540

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