When bees use their antennae to make a call

A new study has found that the bees use an unusual way of detecting the presence of another insect on their antenna, which may be a way of identifying it for pollination.

Key points:The study shows that the honeybees use a unique technique to find a food source for another insectThe study was conducted in the wild and shows that bees use a technique called “optical discrimination” to find the insectIt is believed that bees have a “visual recognition system” that can detect a range of colours, including red, blue and greenA new study found that bees used a unique method of detecting other insects in the environment, including the presence or absence of an antenna.

Bees have a visual recognition system that detects a range

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