BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pinguicula, Pitcher Plant, Salivary Gland

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Northern shrikes store extra food by impaling it owls do this too. Impale their animals and leave them on the tree and if it is freon they can sit on it and unthaw it \ Animals preparing for a shortage that is not predictable but there is an area. Store extra food, don"t store it one spot they get an acorn and then put in the ground 100"s of items scattered over an area they are active all winter and feed mainly on cached food. Scatter hoard, through late summer and the fall, scatter thousand of items. Storing - food item put in mouth and roll it around and have salutatory. Englander salivary glands - put in mouth and roll it around. Sticky saliva glues that stored food under bark or likens and spruce trees specifically preferred tree to store their food. Must store so much food they nest really early in the season, early march and by late.

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