Light pollution lures nighttime pollinators away from plants – Mongabay.com

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In a recent study in Nature, ecologists showed that plants growing near streetlights were pollinated far less often at night and produced fewer fruits than their unilluminated counterparts. In turn, this may compromise the efficiency of daytime

    

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