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A ring or whorl of petals that are usually arranged this way to attract insects for pollination.
The transfer of pollen - by insects, wind or hand - to the female stigma, after which fertilisation of the ovule ensues.
The honey-like liquid secreted by plants. It's commonly found in flowers, and attracts bees and insect pollinators.
The lip-like lower petal of an orchid flower, which is distinct from the others both in form and patterning. Serves as a platform for pollinating insects.