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Arum is a variety of monocotyledonous plant including wakerobin.
The bright colors in petals attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Certain colors of petals only attract certain types of pollinators.
Fragrance and colors attract the pollinators so that they spread pollen all throughout all the plants
Yes, because bees are the insects that pollinate the flowers.
Pollinators are attracted by color, scent, and shape of blooms.
color of the flower. the brighter the more attractive it is to the pollinator.
Shape is a factor, but less of a factor than coloration, reflection of ultraviolet waves and odor.
Its the wind that carries the pollens. The flowers swells sticky substance that catches the pollen grains
The flowers attractive petals attract pollinators to the flower.
The titan arum, Amorphophallus titanum, is pollinated via tiny sweat bees. This certainly doesn't seem very efficient, seeing as how the flowers only bloom once in three years… and last three days. However rarely, they are occasionally pollinated nonetheless, and their seed pods look like giant versions of the lily seed pods with red berries commonly found in gardens. -Andrew D.
By the smell
This is an example of "Natural selection". Those flowers that don't attract pollinators die out, because they rarely get pollinated except by accident. So the only flowers tha…t are left are the ones that exist symbiotically with pollinators.
Flowers use pretty colors and attractive odors to attract insects and birds.