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This portable camping lantern is one of the most advanced we’ve created.
Not only can it provide lighting, but it is also equipped with a strong motor fan to provide cool air.
With professional waterproof performance, suitable for various working environments.
The stretching design prevents electricity leakage caused by water getting into the lamp body and provides more effective safety protection.
Includes Solar & Cable charging, equipped with a polysilicon version, faster-charging speed. A built-in power bank with a USB port can charge most Android mobile phones.
You can use it as a lantern by the collapsible design or as a flashlight by the side switch.
Hang the lantern on a camping tent or take away with the stainless steel handles if you want.
This is a lantern you will use for years to come. And all you have to do is click below and help out with S/H and it’s yours.
mingbirds depend on flower nectar to fuel their high metabolisms and hovering flight, coordinated changes in flower and bill shape stimulated the formation of new species of hummingbirds and plants. Due to this exceptional evolutionary pattern, as many as 140 hummingbird species can coexist in a specific region, such as the Andes range. The hummingbird evolutionary tree shows one key evolutionary factor appears to have been an altered taste receptor that enabled hummingbirds to seek nectar. The Andes Mountains appear to be a particularly rich environment for hummingbird evolution because diversification occurred simultaneously with mountain uplift over the past 10 million years. Hummingbirds remain in dynamic diversification inhabiting ecological regions across South America, North America, and the Caribbean, indicating an enlarging evolutionary radiation. Within the same geographic region, hummingbird clades co-evolved with nectar-bearing plant clades, af
fecting mechanisms of pollination. The same is true for the sword-billed hummingbird (Ensifera ensifera), one of the morphologically most extreme species, and one of its main food plant clades (Passiflora section Tacsonia). Violet-tailed sylph resting on a branch in northwestern Ecuador Sexual dimorphism displayed in violet-tailed sylph male (top) and female (bottom) Sexual dimorphisms Hummingbirds exhibit sexual size dimorphism according to Rensch's rule, in which males are smaller than females in small-bodied species, and males are larger than females in large-bodied species. The extent of this sexual size difference varies among clades of hummingbirds. For example, the Mellisugini clade (bees) exhibits a large size dimorphism, with females being larger than males. Conversely, the Lesbiini clade (coquettes) displays very little size dimorphism; males and females are similar in size. Sexual dimorphisms in bill size and shape are also present between male and female hummingbirds
, where in many clades, females have longer, more curved bills favored for accessing nectar from tall flowers. For males and females of the same size, females tend to have larger bills. Sexual size and bill differences likely evolved due to constraints imposed by courtship, because mating displays of male hummingbirds require complex aerial maneuvers. Males tend to be smaller than females, allowing conservation of energy to forage competitively and participate more frequently in courtship. Thus, sexual selection favors smaller male hummin