Theodore H. Fleming

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No Species Is an Island

Bats, Cacti, and Secrets of the Sonoran Desert

The University of Arizona Press

No Species Is an Island describes the surprising results of Theodore H. Fleming’s eleven-year study of pollination biology in Sonora, Mexico, in the most biologically diverse desert in the world. These discoveries serve as a primer on how to conduct ecological research, and offer important conservation lessons for us all. Fleming offers an insightful look at how field ecologists work, and the often big surprises that come from looking carefully at a natural world where no species stands alone.

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Columnar Cacti and Their Mutualists

Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation

The University of Arizona Press
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