Releasing pheromones is one of the ways animals and insects communicate with the other members of their species non-verbally. Pheromones influence the development or behavior of the other members of a similar species.
Different ones for different species and different meanings. Generally they mean stuff as simple as "good" and "bad" but some are most specific.
The chemicals are pheromones though.
Insects communicate with each other by sensory.
Insects can communicate with each other in a number of different ways. Some may leave scents behind for fellow insects, while others make sounds.
Insects are animals.
no, insects are not street animals. they are bugs and have absolutely no connection to animals.
they are not animals, they are bugs.
carnivore insects are insects that eat animals
They communicate by talking to each other
Earthworms belong are Annelids which belong to the Kingdom Animalia so technically they are animals. Insects are also animals (Animalia). But no, earthworms are not insects.
what insects or animals procure their food with their proboscis
they are animals that eats insects majorly as a part of their diet
Insects use pheromones to communicate with each other in two main ways. One is when insects such as ants leave a pheromone trail for other members of the colony to follow to a food source. The other way is to release pheromones to indicate when they have found food; bees and some others use this method.