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CTDL 177: Why hello there Miss Bee

Those saucy flowers.


bug in flower

Flowers “wave” at insects to get their attention, scientists have discovered.
The finding helps explain why many flowers waft in the breeze, and reveals a hitherto unknown trick used to attract pollinators.
Scientists made the discovery while studying common wildflowers known as sea campion on the Welsh coast.

[From BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Flowers 'wave' at passing insects]

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