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bastard hogberry

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  • "The vivid color of the bastard hogberry is designed to fool birds into eating (and spreading the seed) of the non-nutritious fruit, thinking it's a more delicious competitor. The plant doesn't change color, but by combining its properties with an elastic material, scientists made a fiber that could be stretched into various different colors."
    - Shaunacy Ferro, New Fibre Changes Colour When It's Stretched, Popular Science, 30 Jan 2013.

    February 6, 2013