Pollinator Typogram

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A botanical and entomological diagram of a bee pollinating a flower, composed of the names of their parts using typography. Includes the location and relationships of the corolla, petals, sepals, calyx, stigma, style, pistil, carpel, anther, stamen, ovary, ovules, gynoecium, androecium, perianth, receptacle, head, thorax, abdomen, fore-leg, mid-leg, hind-leg, forewing, hindwing and antenna. A useful and educational infographic for biology students and professionals.

Naturally selected and co-evolving. Entomologists, melittologists, apiologists: observe with compound eyes as symbiotic interactions produce mutualistic morphologies.

A botanical and entomological diagram of a bee pollinating a flower, composed of the names of their parts using typography.
Pollinator Typogram
by Aaron Kuehn

Extend a proboscis in search of hidden nectaries. Sonicate – pollinate – germinate – replicate! Download the PDF, and print it for your anthecological studies.