In 'Pilgrim at Tinker Creek', author Annie Dillard [b. April 30, 1945] writes of understanding the meaning of life upon learning the 'why' of insects. Basically, though, insect jobs appear to range from support for the worldwide food web to participation in scientific research. Within that web, insects take on important roles as prey, predators and pollinators.
Particularly as prey, they're important sources of protein. As an example, they provide otherwise unavailable protein to such carnivorous plants as the Purple Pitcher [Sarracenia purpurea]. Be they digested as prey, or dead and decaying by other means, insects become equally important sources of nutrient rich organic matter in soil. So digested or otherwise, their body parts contribute to the health of the soil and the well being of its plants and soil food web members.
Additionally, insects are means by which important scientific breakthroughs are achieved. For example, the fruit fly [Tephritidae and Drosophilidae families] is a cooperative, popular research tool for many scientists.
Discovering what insects are for is actually finding the truth of existence. Nobody really knows why they are here or why we are sharing the earth with them. But if you dig deeper into finding the answer into this question, you'll find out that what you are looking for is actually the meaning of life.
is a butterfly an insects it is an insects actually it is
Insects have six legs
Insects and humans are similar because insects and humans both eat bugs and other insects. Insects and humans are similar because insects and humans both eat bugs and other insects. Insects and humans are similar because insects and humans both eat bugs and other insects.
Insects are insects. They are not mammals.
carnivore insects are insects that eat animals
Some insects will. Insects are so varied that some insects will eat anything.
Insects that live on their own - as opposed to social insects.
insects and lobster
There are no insects that have two legs. All insects have six legs and most insects have wings on their bodies.
Yes. Stick insects obviously are insects, and all insects are arthropods! ^^
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Most insects eat plants or other insects.
It has alot of insects so that mean it is alot of charactertics about insects..........
Insects and Lobsters
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "insects" (bugs).
Skinks will eat dead insects and live insects. They prefer to eat the live insects because they enjoy hunting and killing them.
look on google.com at images and type in insects..... You will find all kinds of insects and if you mean where can i find out about insects type in on google Insects and find facts about them.
Standard collective nouns for insects are:a flight of insectsa plague of insectsa swarm of insectsa horde of insectsIn addition, many individual types of insects have their own standard collective nouns; for example:an army of antsa cloud of fliesan intrusion of cockroachesa scourge of mosquitoes
insects do not have bones.
No insects are vertebrates.
Insects are not meat.