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* For a detailed list of cultivated crop plants serviced by pollinators, visit http://gears.tucson.ars.ag.gov/book/index.html

Revised June 20, 2008

Reference as: Ecological Society of America. 2008. Communicating Ecosystem Services Pollination Toolkit: Science Summary. Updated June 20, 2008. Online at www.esa.org/ecoservices












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