Once-in-a-century flowering and seeding of dwarf bamboo boosts mice populations

A research group from Nagoya University in Japan has found that an event that occurs only once every 120 years—the large-scale flowering, seeding, and dying of dwarf bamboo (Sasa borealis)—provides ideal breeding conditions for Japanese field mice.

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