A second group of rodent pollinators (excluding bats) includes a number of marsupials (incl. honey possums, sugar gliders) that visit Australian Proteaceae. These animals are more adapted to climbing around on the plants. A number of Banksia species feature this adaptation although our current accession, Banksia serrata, is wind pollinated and not known to be rodent pollinated.
data regenerated on Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:03 -0500