First Review of the Pollinator Associations in the Pacific North West

The main goal of the Pollinator Association Project is to identify the habitat requirements in areas of interest. Although the identification of pollinator habitat is a world wide concern, I am restricting my analysis to the Pacific Northwest. My main interest area is the lowland Puget-Willamette Trough including the Georgia Basin at the northern end. This ecoregion is defined by floral communities of similar species but different proportions. The lowland Puget-Willamette Trough also shares a floral inventory with the larger Northwest region of SW British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

The pollinator species ranges of most of the Puget-Willamette Trough extend well beyond the Pacific Northwest lowlands and beyond the range of floral species found with in the larger Pacific Northwest region. Thus the established associations in the larger region are important to the understanding of the ecological associations within the lowland region.

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Posted on February 12, 2017 22:05 by carexobnupta carexobnupta | 0 comments | Leave a comment

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Pollinator Associations is a collection of observations that establish associations between nectar and pollen producing plants and the essential wildlife that facilitate floral reproduction.

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