Tropical rainforests have a large number of pollinators, ranging from insects to birds to bats. Usually, a tree has more than one species of animals or insect act as its pollinator, and sometimes requires different ones for different stages of its development. The flowers of the trees are even adapted to their particular pollinator. Those pollinated by birds, for example, are cup shaped and brightly colored, while those pollinated by bats are usually white and nocturnal. Those pollinated by butterflies are red or orange and have a mild scent to attract the insects.
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