Question: One feature of an insect pollination flower?
(Posted by: Xiomara on 2011-12-11 14:03:09)
Posted by: dustcloud on 2011-12-11, 14:09:32
I do not understand your question. I will say this: Many flowers and insects have co-evolved meaning that they are very specific for each other. There is a type of bee that only pollinates alfalfa. There is one flower that looks like the insect that pollinates it. And there is my all time favorite flower. In South America, there is a flower that is about the size of a laundry basket with a scent like rotting flesh. It uses the flies that are normally seen around road kill to pollinate it.
Posted by: alvin on 2011-12-11, 14:14:11
Small stigma, petals are brightly coloured, it is scented, has nectar.. there are 4 for you