ZoologyPseudocopulation is exhibited by 

Pseudocopulation is exhibited by 

  1. A

    Ophrys

  2. B

    bee

  3. C

    warbler bird

  4. D

    wasp

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    Solution:

    Bee exhibits pseudocopulation.

    Ophrys employs ‘sexual deceit’ to get pollination done by a species of bee. One petal of its flower bears an uncanny resemblance to the female of the bee in size, colour and markings. The male bee is attracted to what it perceives as a female, ‘pseudocopulates’ with the flower, and during that process is dusted with pollen from the flower. When this same bee ‘pseudocopulates’ with another flower, it transfers pollen to it and thus, pollinates the flower.

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