According to a study plants use electric fields to communicate with bees.
Meanwhile, bumblebees are able to find and decipher weak electric signals and bees can tell the difference between different floral fields. Thanks to electric fields, these pollinators can also determine if one of her sisters has recently visited a flower.
“This novel communication channel reveals how flowers can potentially inform their pollinators about the honest status of their precious nectar and pollen reserves,” says study leader professor Daniel Robert, from the University of Bristol
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