OpenStudy (anonymous):

The bee orchid has flower petals that are furry and colored to resemble female bees. They attract male bees that wish to mate with the female bee imposters, resulting in pollination of the orchid flower. How would the bee orchid flowers' mimicry affect bee survival?

OpenStudy (anoop27):

This is one of the case of Co-Evolution. and occurs between colpa wasp and orchid flower. But it did not affect bee (Colpa) survival. This is one of the natural Plant-Insect Relationship for Pollination.