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How does the sardinian arum attract its pollination?
Petals attract pollinators.
they attract pollinators with sweet nector and/or fruit.
smells, bright colors and taste
a pollinator is an animal (or insect) that carries pollen from one flower to another. A pollinator is usually a bee or a butterfly or another species of insect. plants attract… pollinators by having big, brightly coloured petals. Flowers also have stores of nectar, so when the insect goes to collect the nectar, they brush the pollen.
The petals attract pollinators with color.
1. with there scent- either a nice smelling fragrence or a horrid stench 2. the bright colors of its petals or leaves
Yes it does attracts the insects.
Color, shape, odor, and taste. For example, honeybees are attracted to bright colors, open-petal-shaped flowers, flowers which have certain smells, and the sweet nectar produc…ed by many flowers. They can even be "trained" to pollinate flowers which humans might not find particularly attractive such as onion (allium spp.) flowers.
Bright, multicolored petals, nectar, sweet or rotting smells and a flower adapted to handle particular insects. Some shaped like females of the particular insect species, for …instance.
By the smell