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Mojave YuccaMost desert insects make use of plants. Sometimes the plants also benefit. Each type of yucca, such as this Mojave yucca, Yucca schidigera, depends on a species of moth for pollination. The moths pollinate the flowers where they have deposited eggs. This insures a seed supply for both moth larvae and future yuccas.
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Mojave YuccaMojave yucca can be arborescent or shrublike, with single or clumped ...