quote: The team determined that the brown shell of the hornet was made from grooves that split light into diverging beams. The yellow stripe on the abdomen is made from pinhole depressions, and contains a pigment called xanthopterin. Together, the light diverging grooves, pinhole depressions and xanthopterin change light into electrical energy. The shell traps the light and the pigment does the conversion.
quote: I think I've seen you make this mistake in other articles as well.
quote: and found that certain parts of its body are capable of converting the sun's energy into electric power much like plants do during photosynthesis