Bees Are Even More Clever Than We Think

Опубликовано 13 июня 2018, 21:24
A bumblebee walks across the surface of an artificial flower, working out the pattern of scent created by placing peppermint oil in some of the holes (via Dave Lawson/University of Bristol) Humans aren’t the only ones that stop and smell the roses: Bumblebees can tell flowers apart by how scent is arranged on their surface. But they also have varying patterns of aroma. “If you look at a flower with a microscope, you can often see that the cells that produce the flower’s scent are arranged in patterns,” lead study author Dave Lawson of the University of Bristol’s School of Biological Sciences, said in a statement.

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