Contact: Sandra Hines
University of Washington
Caption: Kneeling angelica plants along streams bloom in concert with returning salmon because a booming population of blowflies seek nectar – and spread pollen – before laying their eggs on salmon carcasses.
Credit: Peter Lisi/University of Washington
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