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suppose a species od flowering plant produces primarily blue flowers but also some very pale blue (almost white) flowers the blue color attracts pollinators but the white color does not herbivores feed on this plant and locate it by its blue flower color the white flower color makes the plant less visible to the herbivores what are you likely to observe about this species over time?--------- A.Species will not change under two opposing evnviornmental pressures. . B.Species will produce primarily small, white flowers capable of self-pollination******? . C.Species will produce only blue flowers to ensure pollination . D.Species will not produce red flowers that will confuse the herbivores

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  1. I disagree.

  2. A?

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  3. No. I think you're guessing.

  4. sorry i don't get it

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  5. What does this plant need to do to be sure that it produces more plants like it? What does it have to do as a species to survive?

  6. oh i see, so its C

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  7. Yay! You're right. :-)

  8. haha thank you Ms.Sue

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  9. You're welcome.

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