Bee Orchid

Bee orchid, Millers Dale, Peak District National Park.

The distinctive shape of the bee orchid is thought to have evolved specifically to attract pollinating bees with the promise of love. Male bees fly in enticed by the strong smell and appearance of the flowers and attempt to mate, pollinating the plant in the process.

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Bee Orchid

 

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