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How does the carrion flower get its horrible smell?
The sources of the flowers' 'stinky' scent are not fully identified, partly due to the extremely low concentration of the compounds (5 to 10 parts per billion). Dimethyl sulfides, including disulfide and trisulfide have been detected in Amorphophallus.
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Answer . \nIf you are talking about something else you would say that it smells horible. Or it smells bad. Or I smell bad. If you say that you smell badly then you are say…thing that you dont smell with your nose very well. Hope this helps.
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When flies crawl into the stinking flower looking for a meal, they brush up against the anthers of the flower which contains pollen.
Get rid of the horrible pet that pissed on it.
Of course it does. Mouth-breather.
the flies fly away go find the answer youself kid
Carrion flowers are large group of succulent plants, most native to southern Africa. In this part of the world there are no honey bees, so plants evolved for pollination… by other insects. Due to the vast landscape populated by wild game, the incidence of large animal kills is quite common. While they are consumed by predators and scavengers, flies become the most common insect. The carrion flowers evolved blooms that both look and smell like a decaying animal corpse. They feature the color of blood and flesh as well as the byproducts of decomposition. Such flowers lure flies by their odor, which resembles the unpleasant and unmistakable stench of death. Among the most common genera of this clan are Stapelia and Huernia, which thrive in the heat of the desert Southwest, and to a lesser extent Edithcolea.
They both take advantage of insects for pollination. The Bee Orchid tricks male bees to mate with it, and in the process they pick up pollen. The Carrion Orchid attracts insec…ts using a fragrance and color/texture of rotting meat.
The Carrion Flower (Amorphophallus titanum) also known as the Titan arum has the scent of rotting flesh to attract the corpse beetles and flesh flies that pollinate it.
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i really dont know :) The smell is produces to attract the flies that pollinate it.
They smell as they do to attract the flies that pollinate them.
The smell is used to attract flies which pollinate the flower.
No sharan smells nice like flowers Wrong! she gives of a smell that captures and kills men it also kill innocent children and smells a lot like rotten eggs and cheese
Raffelesia arnoldi and the corpse flower are the same thing. Corpse flower is the Raffelesia common name, so called because of the smell.
Attracts the pollinators.