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Secrets of the shiny yellow buttercup
by Paul Simons
The Guardian Translate This Article
14 May 2017
On 14 May 2017 The Guardian reported:
When it comes to attracting pollinators, buttercup petals hold all the aces. They even provide their guests with heating. Buttercups'... glowing phenomenon is unique in plants, although something similar happens with some butterfly and bird wings. Buttercup flowers also track the sun. On cold days, the petals make a cup shape like a satellite dish, collecting solar energy from sunshine and warming up the flowers, which makes them even more inviting to insects, perhaps because it helps them to keep up their own temperature.
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