Antirrhinum majus L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Antirrhinum majus (rights holder: Dinesh Valke)© Dinesh Valke (licence)

Garden Snapdragon

The name of these plants comes from their flowers. The flowers look a little like a dragon’s head. When a flower is squeezed, the mouth of the dragon snaps open. When bumblebees land on a Garden snapdragon flower, it closes over them. This helps get pollen on the bees. © Sebastian Velvez (licence)

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