nectar guide

(from the article `coloration`) ...have patterns of yellow, blue, and ultraviolet (see photograph) that evoke a strong response in the insect eye. They usually have a darkly ...
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Nectar guide

Nectar guides are patterns seen in some species of flowers, guiding pollinators to their rewards. Rewards commonly take the form of nectar, pollen, or both, but various plants produce oil, resins, scents, or waxes. Such patterns also are known as "pollen guides" and "honey guides", though some authorities argue for the abandonment of such term...
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Nectar guide

color marks on flowers believed to direct insects to nectar sources.
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Nectar guide

color marks on flowers believed to direct insects to nectar sources.
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Nectar guide

A streak on a flower that guides insects to nectar sources.
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nectar guide

Markings, usually lines or lines of dots, on petals or the labellum which lead a pollinator to nectar.
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