The Antirrhinum, is known for its extravagant shapes and highly veritable colors. Its ability to form hybrids is reliant on a common pollinator: the bumble bee. Antirrhinum rejects all other pollinators by shaping its petals in a way that forms a closed door protecting the inside of the flower. Only the weight of a bumble bee can open this petal to to access this the flowers’ pollen. 
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