The flower of Pinguicula caerulea, seen from the front, features deep blue-purple veins on a white background. Patterns like this tend to be asociated with be pollination. Where they are, such patterns are called guidelines, because bees are programmed to follow the direction of the veins, which lead them into a flower.
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