It apparently eats the nectar in the flower with its
a humming bird can hover over flowers
Butterflies do pollinate flowers.
Butterflies get nectar from flowers
Flowers help butterflies by providing them with food. Butterflies help flowers by spreading their seeds. Butterflies also help aid the flowers with pollination.
because butterflies loves flowers
Butterflies feed primarily on nectar from flowers
flowers are originated all over the world .they are food to many insects such as bees , butterflies and others.
Flowers have nectar in them, and butterflies get nutrients (food) from that nectar.
hummingbirds hover because they need necter from the flowers
because the butterfly get nectar unto the flower
There are many perennial flowers that attract butterflies due to their brilliance in color. Some of thess flowers are: Verbena, Coral Bells, Hyssop, and Salvia. The butterflies are after the sweet nectar in these flowers.
No. Adult butterflies do not eat flowers. Instead, they drink the nectar of flowers, and sometimes the sap of other plants.
Actually, butterflies don't eat flowers. Caterpillars do. The butterflies use their proboscis to suck the nectar out of the center of the flower.
No because then why would they come outside, that is why butterflies are not allergic to flowers as there are flowers in every house and all around the world. If they were allergic then we would have not have any butterflies around.
Bees, butterflies and some mammals pollinate flowers.
The flowers provide food - in the form of sweet nectar. The butterflies pollinate the flowers in return for the nectar.
Butterflies are found all over the world. Most butterflies prefer warm climates and they are attracted to flower nectar. If you would like to attract butterflies, plant more flowers.
butterflies need the stuff in the flowers
Butterflies sip nectar from flowers.
Butterflies DRINK nectar from flowers, they have a long mouth
butterflies eat nectar from flowers.
butterflies help humans by poolinating flowers.
Butterflies pollinate flowers and plants.
Bees or butterflies pollinate them. They taking the nectar from the plant an the pollen sticks on them when they hover over the stigma the pollen falls down it (the style) and that is pollination.
Well, butterflies normally eat nectar from flowers, so we can assume that they drink the nectar from flowers.
Bees, butterflies and some mammals visit flowers to collect nectar and pollen.
Butterflies like milkweed. (monarchs do, at least)
a butterflies niche is to collect pollen and other food from flowers.
No. Butterflies are attracted to nectar producing flowers, and sugar.
Butterflies feed on the nectar provided in flowers.
its not the flowers that they need its the pollen
Butterflies drink nectar from various flowers, including carnations. They do not actually consume or ingest the flower or any flowers.
When butterflies drink nectar from a flower, they get pollen on themselves which is scattered onto flowers. Pollination is essential to flowers bearing seeds, and flowers are "designed" to distribute pollen through luring insects (bees, butterflies) with their nectar.
Butterflies are not going to flowers specifically to pollinate ..... A butterfly is eating nectar from flowers. Pollination is simply a by-product of the butterfly eating nectar.
Hummingbirds are known to be able to hover. They do this when drinking nectar from flowers or hummingbird feeders.
butterflies drink mostly pollen not any water Nectar from flowers.
Butterflies dont eat plants but they do drink the nectar from the flowers!
Butterflies are attracted to flowers that have nectar. Some flowers with nectar include Aster, Butterfly Bush, Cornflower, Goldenrod, Lavender, Lilac, and Pansy.
Because they to travel to flowers
by eating nectar from the flowers
They usually are hiding in flowers
Butterflies pollinate flowers
red flowers because butterflies like bright colours and will be attracted if you plant that.
Butterflies do not hunt anything. They only search for flowers and places to lay their eggs. All butterflies feed from nothing but flowers.
There are many types of flowers that butterflies like and prefer. Flowers like the blanket flower, butterfly weed, New England aster, and the blazing star are some of their favorites.
Butterflies need the nectar from various flowers to feed themselves. Flowers benefit by the butterflies pollinating them so that the flowers can create seeds.
Butterflies do not chew their food, but eat by their proboscis or tongue. The proboscis helps the butterflies to suck the nectar from flowers.
Most butterflies drink the nectar of flowers like hummingbirds do.
Some of these adaptations of butterflies are that they can fly and also they pollinate flowers.
i think red and blue are major attracting colors to butterflies