A male orchid bee zips around the rainforest, a flash of iridescent green against an equally emerald background. The bee stops at various flowers, fungi and dead trees, collecting fragrant particles and storing them in pockets in its hind legs. ...it flitters about, using its wings to disperse a bouquet of perfumes into the air.
The aromatic efforts are all for the sake of attracting a mate.
— Read more in A single gene for scent reception separates two species of orchid bees at Phys.org.