Because they ARE social insects.
Solitary insects are alone and while social insects live together. My dad told me that one!
Insects that live on their own - as opposed to social insects.
Yes, ladybugs live in swarms and are considered social insects. The scientific name for ladybugs is Coccinella magnifica. Honeybees and ants are also social insects.
They are social insects.
social insect - an insect that lives in a colony with other insects of the same species
Ants are known as 'social insects' because if their is no ants we will not be hardworking!
They are called social insects.
International Union for the Study of Social Insects was created in 1951.
Ants are social insects of the family Formicidae.
Social insects include ants, termites, bees, and wasps.A2 These insects form colonies in which individual members have allocated tasks of benefit to the colony.
Very creepy can you tell me what it means?
Not all insects are Social animals. Those that live in COLONIES are Social. Examples would be Ants and Bees. An example of those that are not would be the Spider.
You need to elaborate more with your question. A group of social insects are when they live together...An example are honey bees.
No, mosquitoes are not considered to be social insects. This insect lives alone and does not live in groups make it a solitary insect.
The life cycle of insects are not all the same. Some insects have very complex life cycles while others are simple.
Honeybees are called social insects because all the bees in the community have to work together to be able to survive.
Ants are called social insects because they live in colonies, they divide up the work they need to do, and because the generations of ants in the colonies overlap. Honeybees are also social insects.
to tell you the truth there really is no social side of the brain. People are natrually social because it's just in our way of life.
To attract mates and to warn or guide other insects.
Yes. Ants are eusocial (highly social) insects.
A colony of ants.
Yes they are