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University of Guam researchers continue to expand knowledge of a unique group of plants called cycads. The world’s contemporary cycad plants depend on small insects for pollination services. The Guam team’s 2017 discovery of the new Cycadophila samara beetle and its pollination of cycads is now contributing to an international effort to more fully understand the intimate relationship between plant and insect.
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