Here, we review recent progress on studying deception by flowers, distinguishing between plants relying on mimicry to achieve pollination and those relying on the exploitation of the perceptual biases of animals.We disclose fundamental differences between both mechanisms and explain why the evolution of exploitation is less constrained than that of mimicry.
So, do you believe the Anglo Saxon legend linked to Freya, goddess of love, beauty and fertility that means a man has to kiss a woman he finds under the mistletoe?
Do you go along with the Druid’s belief of its supernatural powers, its power as an aphrodisiac and in promoting fertility?
Mimicry involves adaptive resemblance between a mimic and a model.
However, despite much recent research, it remains contentious in plants.
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