Fish can pollinate?

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  1. Dirtmechanic

    Dirtmechanic Young Pine

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    Yes they are goofy but they are trying!

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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Sooo what do they call fish then?
     
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    Well that's just odd. I'm glad they want to support the native bees.

    Reminds me of when the government declared tomatoes, vegetables.

    I guess we all fish for answers, sometimes. I guess I'll have to let it be(e).
     



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    Dirtmechanic Young Pine

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    Turns out to bee something about invertebrates.
     
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    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    I read about that. We often joke about it raining so hard we might see fish swimming past our front room window, and now I guess I can say that with a straight face.
     
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    Anyway possible to protect bees. I had oodles of them in my garden the last 6-7 years the bees and monarchs have dwindled down to just a few sightings.
     

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