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Ferns and flowers bribe helpful ant defenders with nectar, but ferns developed this ability much later – our study shows why

By Jacob S. Suissa, Assistant Professor of Plant Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee
Ferns have evolved a mutually beneficial relationship with ants, but this happened late in their evolution. A recent study shows that old dogs can learn new tricks.The Conversation

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