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Assassin bug. Pselliopus spinicollis, feeding on dead Drosophila. (Photo by Sam Beck)

It's a case of a sticky situation benefitting a plant. Or more precisely, dead fruit flies or carrion on a tarweed plant can benefit the plant in more ways that most people would ever think about, say researchers in the UC Davis Department of...

Assassin bug. Pselliopus spinicollis, feeding on dead Drosophila. (Photo by Sam Beck)
Assassin bug. Pselliopus spinicollis, feeding on dead Drosophila. (Photo by Sam Beck)

Assassin bug. Pselliopus spinicollis, feeding on dead Drosophila. (Photo by Sam Beck)

Caterpillar, Heliothodes diminutiva, feeding on tarweed flower. (Photo by Sam Beck)
Caterpillar, Heliothodes diminutiva, feeding on tarweed flower. (Photo by Sam Beck)

Caterpillar, Heliothodes diminutiva, feeding on tarweed flower. (Photo by Sam Beck)

Posted on Monday, January 7, 2013 at 7:44 PM
 
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