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deceptive kindle beauties download Deceptive Beauties eBookFlowers can survive and thrive in the harshest of environments from tropical cloud forests to the Arctic from semi deserts to rocky mountainsides; how their shapes colors and scents are as Darwin put it “beautiful contrivances” meant to dupe pollinating male insects in the strangest ways What other flowers after all can mimic the pheromones and even appearance of female insects so much so that some male bees prefer sex with the orchids over sex with their own kind?            And insects aren’t the only ones to fall for the orchids’ charms.

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★ Deceptive Beauties PDF / Epub ✪ Author Christian Ziegler – Ms-style.pro Confucius called them the “king of fragrant plants” and John Ruskin condemned them as “prurient apparitions” Across the centuries orchids have captivated us with their elaborate exoticism theiConfucius called them the “king of fragrant plants” and John Ruskin condemned them as “prurient apparitions” Across the centuries orchids have captivated us with their elaborate exoticism their powerful perfumes and their sublime seductivenessBut the disuieting beauty of orchids is an unplanned marvel of evolution and the story of orchids is as captivating as any novel As acclaimed writer Michael Pollan and National Geographic photographer Christian Ziegler spin tales of orchid conuest in Deceptive Beauties The World of Wild Orchids we learn how these.

Flowers can survive and thrive in the harshest of environments from tropical cloud forests to the Arctic from semi deserts to rocky mountainsides; how their shapes colors and scents are as Darwin put it “beautiful contrivances” meant to dupe pollinating male insects in the strangest ways What other flowers after all can mimic the pheromones and even appearance of female insects so much so that some male bees prefer sex with the orchids over sex with their own kind?            And insects aren’t the only ones to fall for the orchids’ charms.

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