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Acanth Fact of the Day

Based on molecular systematics, species within the genus Ruellia have undergone evolutionary reversals from hummingbird to insect pollination.
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Tripp's Research Interests: Systematics & Evolution of Acanthaceae; Flora of the Guiana Tepuis; Lichen Diversity and Biogeography in the eastern United States

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