Bees use invisible heat patterns to choose flowers – Phys.Org

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The majority of flowers examined, including many common in gardens, such as poppies and daisies, had complex patterns of heat across their petals, echoing the colourful patterns that we see with our own eyes. On average these patterns were 4-5°C warmer

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