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The pollination biology of Artocarpus odoratissimus and A. integer (Moraceae) was studied in Sarawak, Malaysia. Female and male heads of A. odoratissimus secreted liquid rewards containing fructose in nighttime, and were visited by diverse nocturnal insects (18 families of 4 orders) including flies, nitidulid beetles, moths and cockroaches. In A. integer, male heads offered only pollen as rewards, and female heads offered liquid rewards containing protein. They were visited by diverse nocturnaldoi:10.3759/tropics.7.165 fatcat:htmhangsafc4jbayqunpq6ofvu