I've got a bracketed reference in a scientific manuscript I'm writing, that immediately follows bracketed text like so:
...rather than visiting flowers that were in ‘same scent’ group (same scent and different colour to the rewarding flower group) (Figure 1).
Is this considered grammatically incorrect?
It doesn't look right to me, but I'm not sure how I could correct it, if I need to. I could directly reference the figure earlier on in the sentence, but it would be more convenient for my writing if I could fix the issue at the end of the sentence.