Which part of the flower attracts insects to the flower?
Theres 2 parts of the flower that attract insects and that is the bright coloured petals and there scented and also the nectary attracts them too
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The flower's colourful petals attract insects to the plant. The more the colourul the more pollen and nectar in it.
because they are so good
The part that has the pollen
because of their smell and color
The part of the plant that actually attracts insects is the colorful petals, once they've landed on it, the pollen attached to the stamens makes them stay and gather it. Certa…in insects can actually sniff out the actual pollen, but its the flower's color that initially draws them in. The pollen, which is produced by the stamen, or male part of the plant. The stigma attracts all the insects because when stinking fiys fiy around the plant is because of the pollen!
The pollen on the stamen because the stamen is the male reproductive organ.
The stigma because it has the pollen.
it is the petals of the flower
The petals of the flower attract insects both through their colorand often through their scent. The scent of flowers may be used toattract insects for pollination or to repel …certain insects.
The bright colours attract many birds and insects and also the stigma that's were the pollen is stored.
Nectar in the flower attracts the butterflies.