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Objectives Floral structures may be warmer than their environment, and can show thermal patterning, where individual floral structures show different temperatures across their surface. Pollinators can differentiate between artificial flowers that mimic both naturally warmed and thermally patterned ones, but it has yet to be demonstrated that these patterns are biologically meaningful. To explore the relationship between pollinators and temperature patterning, we need to know whether there isdoi:10.1186/s13104-021-05455-5 pmid:33509265 fatcat:6cy22olyuvdtles7pvo2rhx2jm