Is colour the only way that flowers attract pollinators?
Many flowers use colours to attract insects, sometimes helped by coloured guiding marks. Some have ultraviolet marks that can be seen by insects but are invisible to human eyes. … Colours can’t be seen in the dark, so scent is important for flowers that are pollinated by night-flying insects such as moths.
Yes the only way that flowers attract pollinators
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