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How bees see flowers

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Honey it's electric- how bee's see flowers and electromagnetic currents- super groovy

Bees and flowers communicate in colors, scents and shapes. Now scientists have discovered that bumblebees can also sense flowers' electric fields. This sixth sense helps them remember and recognize nectar-rich blooms while foraging.

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The eye of a honey bee (photo credits). Flowers look very different to insect pollinators, such as honey bees, compared to what we mammals see. As the photo on the left shows, bees have compound ey…

The eye of a honey bee (photo credits). Flowers look very different to insect pollinators, such as honey bees, compared to what we mammals see. As the photo on the left shows, bees have compound ey…

How does a bee see. The visual apparatus - Ecocolmena

Cómo ve una abeja Apis mellifera, las flores y sus formas, su aparato visual o visión, es uno de los más sofisticados

Fotografia ultravioleta flores - Craig Burrows

Craig Burrows trabalha com fotografia ultravioleta (UV) para captar o brilho das flores, invisível ao olho nu. O resultado são imagens radiantes!

Bee -- Aww, this makes me think of my Grandma, who's name was Bee and LOVED flowers!

It's hard to be anything but happy looking at this sweet little pitcher!

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Nature inspires everything we do. Without it, crafting our authentic fragrances would not be possible. So, we are committed to helping protect the things that make nature thrive: Wildflowers.