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Why Are Some Wildflowers Highly Scented with Brightly Coloured Petals?

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Some wildflowers are highly scented with brightly coloured petals for fast pollination. The scent attracts the pollinators, which are the insects. The brightly coloured petals also attract bugs and bees which help in the pollination process.
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so the bee or butterfly can not see it but smell it.
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It depends on the flower but they can attract moths, bees, beetles and bats. The reason for the scent is to attract the pollinator and the nectar is a reward for pollinating the flowers
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To attract insects to aid in pollination.
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because.
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