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They certainly can. For example, some flowering plants which are adapted for bee pollinators have patterning in the ultraviolent spectrum - which bees can see - to lead the bees towards the pollen. Some orchids emit a scent which mimics bee and wasp pheromones to lure males of the desired species to trying to mate with the pollen-bearing structures, thus getting covered in pollen.
On the other side of the equation, bees have adapted to become good pollen gatherers too. This article is a good introduction https://www.storey.com/article/how-f...-bees-evolved/
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