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Anemophilous
   means pollinated by   
Wind
Autogamous
   means pollinated by   
Self
When the flowers of the same plant pollinate flowers on themselves
Cantharophilous
   means pollinated by   
Beetles
Chiropterophilous
   means pollinated by   
Bats
Cleistogamous
   means pollinated by   
Self
Pollination of a flower that does not open
Entomophilous
   means pollinated by   
Insects
Hydrophilous
   means pollinated by   
Water
Pollen is moved in water from one flower to the next
Malacophilous
   means pollinated by   
Snails & Slugs
Myophilous
   means pollinated by   
Flies
Myophilous plants do not tend to have a strong scent, and tend to be purple, violet, blue, and white, open dishes, or tubes.[9] Although they have traditionally been considered to be ineffective and unreliable pollinators, their sheer numbers and the presence of some flies throughout the year make them important pollinators for many plants.
Ornithophilous
   means pollinated by   
Birds
Sapromyophilous
   means pollinated by   
Flies
Sapromyophiles normally visit dead animals or dung. They are attracted to flowers that mimic these odoriferous items. These plants have a strong, unpleasant odor, and are brown or orange in color.
Saurophilous
   means pollinated by   
Reptiles
Lizards are the most common reptile polinator
Zoomophilous
   means pollinated by   
Vertebrates


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