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Discussion in 'Plants: In the News' started by Junglekeeper, May 23, 2020.
Bumblebees speed up flowering by piercing plants
OK, how did they learn to do that? Or are they just being peevish, intending to damage and punish the plants that aren't delivering the goods?
Insects and flowering plants have evolved together, sharing a long history
It will have been natural selection, wherein bees that randomly happened to bite the food source plants had greater success than those that didn't. So that over a long period of time this behavior become predominant in the population. Because of the more successful bees coming to make up the majority or all of the population.