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I removed the statement in this article that someone wrote earlier that stated: "Magnolia is unique because it is pollinated by beetles" because according to references at: - U.S. Forest Service - the statement was untrue. The U. S. Forest Service site states: "Beetle Pollination: Beetles comprise the largest set of pollinating animals, due to sheer numbers. They are responsible for pollinating 88% of the 240,000 flowering plants globally". Hopefully this article is now 100% factual. Anyone who can improve on this article or add more, please do so, thanks! :-) Taj 13:41, 5 March 2010 (EST)