How a butterfly helps a flower?
it is one of the agents of a flower. when it sticks to the flower to suck its nectar the pollen grains stick to its feet and it transfer to the stigma of the other flower which helps flowers to reproduce
Ye, because as a butterfly gets its nutrients from the flower basically the flower helps it feed the butterfly.
A butterfly feeds mostly on nectar from flowers, and the pollen from the flower is distributed to other flowers by the butterfly. Symbiosis is the relationship between two different species of organisms that depend on each other; each gains benefits from the other in that the butterfly helps the flower reproduce, and the flower helps feed the butterfly.
The butterfly in no way harms human activities. The butterfly is beneficial to humans because it helps to pollinate the flower.
A bee or butterfly just like any other flower.
For food, a butterfly collects the pollen from a flower. When the butterfly lands on the flower to take the pollen, small particles of pollen remain attached to the butterfly. The butterfly then moves to another flower, the pollen from the first flower goes into the second flower, pollinating the second flower, allowing genetic diversity among flowers, and causing reproduction. Also, when the butterfly lands on the flower, the particles fly to the wind, so… Read More
The butterfly help the flower pollinate by transferring pollen grains from one flower to another flower.
Mutualism because the flower provides food for the butterfly while the butterfly carries the pollen to other flowers, helping the flower to reproduce.
Typically, a butterfly is used to show growth and development. Butterflies start as small caterpillars, so to have a butterfly tattoo is to state that the wearer has grown and developed. Many have these tattoos when they are in a new chapter of their lives. Butterflies are graceful and are often seen with plants and flowers from which they get their nourishment. A butterfly with a flower would represent beauty, grace and strength. Hope that… Read More
they spread pollen from flower to flower.
It eats the nectar in the flower with its proboscis.
A butterfly sucks the nectar from a flower. So basically the flower is food. If you want to take care of a butterfly, I would suggest a sponge with sugar water in it. HOPE IT HELPED
Butterfly's and flowers come in a variety of sizes. You will need to say which butterfly and which flower.
Both benefit from the relationship. The butterfly gets nectar to drink from the flower and the flower's pollen is distributed to other flowers (for fertilization) by the butterfly
the proboscis help butterfly to sip nectars from flower
It eats the nectar within the flower
You just wrote one when you asked this question. Here is another: The butterfly flittered around from flower to flower. John will never get a steady girlfriend: he's a social butterfly.
the butterfly is flitting from flower to flower
to grow lots of flower
through pollination butterfly helps to a plants growth.
Butterflies going from one flower to another helps with pollination of flowers. Some flowers are not able to self pollinate and need assistance from insects like butterflies.
The national flower of Cuba is the "Mariposa blanca" which translates into English as "White butterfly flower."
Yeah, pretty much. Exept it flies not flits.
Yes there is. Stuff that helps a butterfly survive is food and stufff like that.
Distract it with a flower then use your hands or use a box
you take a fake flower, and get some water and sugar, stir the sugar and water together, and drop some drops in the flower and give it to your butterfly.
A butterfly uses it's mouth to eat nectar from the center of a flower. While eating, pollen gets on the butterfly's legs. When he travels to the next flower, the butterfly ends up inadvertently pollinating it.
they want the pollen
A bee or butterfly is an example. Or a flower...
a flower a tree
You need an article before the singular noun "flower" (a flower, the flower). Or make it "flowers" (plural).
Mutualism is a relationship between 2 organisms in which they both benefit. An example is a butterfly and a flower, because the butterfly can drink a flowerâ??s nectar, and help pollinate the flower.
The butterfly gets its food from certain flowers, but some drink nectar out of any flower.
a babe. Is signifies a babe...
they take the nectar from the flower for enegery
Viola is a type of butterfly or flower.
A butterfly helps a garden grow by pollination.
They don't. They want to drink nectar inside flowers, and pollen from the flower rubs off on it. The butterfly flies over to another flower, and the pollen falls off the butterfly.
A symbiotic relationship is one where both species benefit. In this case, the flower provides the butterfly with food and the butterfly pollenates the flower by spreading nectar.
It's like when bees spread pollen from flower to flower. The butterfly will have used the nector for something useful, instead of the flower just dying without providing asomething to the big world. Monarch butterflies eat the poision in milkweed plants. The monarch butterflies are poisenous because of this. Anything that eats the butterfly will simply get sick and vomit, alot. The victim usually doesnt die, so predators learn to stay away from this transparent… Read More
A butterfly sticks its long, slender, proboscis into the stamen of a flower, thus accessing the nectar, and drinks it.
The Papilio Butterfly also known as the Citrus Swallowtail Butterfly eats flower nectar and mud. The larvae eats the shell of the egg that it was hatched from.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Schizanthus pinnatus.
There are many tropical flowers that grow in Cuba. The national flower in Cuba is the La Mariposa flower which means butterfly flower.
They benefit each other by: A butterfly pollinate flowers and disperse seeds where no other wildlife can. This relationship is called "mutualism". And this relationship between the butterfly and the flower is very important,even to human beings. and that's the answer......well that's right!
When a butterfly eats, the proboscis extends like a straw which they insert deep into the flower to suck up the nectar, a behavior called 'nectaring'. When eating they will circle around a flower for seconds at a time, making sure to drain all the nectar.