Melandrium rubrum (Caryophyllaceae) - Pollination durch Gonepteryx rhamni (Lepidoptera); Psychophilie

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Melandrium rubrum (Caryophyllaceae) - Pollination durch Gonepteryx rhamni (Lepidoptera); Psychophilie
Alternative Title
Melandrium rubrum (Caryophyllaceae) - Pollination by Gonepteryx rhamni (Lepidoptera); Psychophily
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E 2047
Publisher
Release Date
1975
Language
Silent film
Producer
FWU
Production Year
1971

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Film, 16 mm, 38 m ; F, 3 1/2 min

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Abstract
Rote Lichtnelke; Zitronenfalter. Die diözische Lichtnelke ist hochangepaßt an Lepidopteren als Bestäubungspartner. Die Blüte hat Stieltellerform, d. h. einem langen, schmalen Tubus sitzt ein flacher Saum auf. Der Zitronenfalter führt seinen Rüssel zur Nektaraufnahme in die Blütenröhre, wobei es zur Übertragung von Pollen kommt.
The film demonstrates the pollination of the Red Campoin (Melandrium rubrum, Silene dioica), a dioecious butterfly-flower, by the Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni). The structure of the staminate and pistillate flower, details of nectar exploration and pollen transfer in both sexes are shown in close-up pictures.
Keywords Tagfalter Zitronenfalter Gonepteryx rhamni Rote Lichtnelke Silene dioica Melandrium rubrum Pollination Nahrungsaufnahme / Insecta Psychophilie psychophily ingestion / Insecta pollination Melandrium rubrum Silene dioica red campoin Gonepteryx rhamni common brimstone butterfly

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