Flowers look like this if they are the eyes of insects

Flowers entertain our eyes with colorful hues, but the primary reason that flowers stand out is to attract insects' attention and use them for pollination.

So, in the eyes of the insects, there are flowers of colors different from those seen with human eyes, but when it is reproduced it seems like this.

Details are as below.
A bees-eye view How insects see flowers very differently to us the Daily Mail

The following image was taken by Norwegian scientist Bjorn Roslett and the left is a flower that humans usually watch. The one that reproduced ultraviolet rays on the right and reproduced the color that the insect is seeing. Ultraviolet photography makes it possible to understand the location of pollen and honey.


Evening primrose.

Anemone Nemorosa. Insects are often attracted by dark colors.



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