Spatial arrangement of scent

“[This study shows that] bees can tell the difference between flowers where the only difference is their spatial arrangement of scent – and that suggests they could use that information to make their foraging more efficient,” said Dr David Lawson, co-author of the research from the University of Bristol.

—Read more at Bumblebees use perfume patterns to tell flowers apart at The Guardian.

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