Flower colour: it’s for the bees

From the Himalayas to the subtropics - it appears flower colour has evolved to attract bee pollinators.

Biologists from Monash University and RMIT University examined flower colour as bees would see them - they found colour may continue to evolve depending upon the availability of effective pollinators.

These results shed further light on how climate change could alter plant pollination.

Read more at Monash University