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How a bee sees: tiny bumps on flower petals give them their intense colour — and help them survive

By Adrian Dyer, Associate Professor, RMIT University
Jair Garcia, Research fellow, RMIT University
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Bees can perceive flower colours and hues which are invisible to us — such as those produced by reflected ultraviolet radiation.


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