entomophile (plural entomophiles) A flower whose pollen is transported by insects, rather than carried on the air. A person who likes insects.
What do you call someone who loves insects?
While other zoologists might focus on mammals or reptiles, entomologists are fascinated with the most prolific organisms on earth — insects. The Greek word entomon, or insect, is at the root of entomologist.
Are insects smart?
Insects certainly display complex and apparently intelligent behavior. They navigate over long distances, find food, avoid predators, communicate, display courtship, care for their young, and so on. The complexity of their behavioral repertoire is comparable to any mammal.
Which is the smartest insect?
Hands down, honey bees are generally considered the smartest insect, and there are several reasons that justify their place at the top. First, honey bees have an impressive eusocial (socially cooperative) community.
What insect pollinates flowers?
Important insect pollinators include bees, flies, wasps, butterflies, and moths. Bees and butterflies are attracted to brightly-colored flowers that have a strong scent and are open during the day, whereas moths are attracted to white flowers that are open at night.
What are the 3 types of morphemes?
There are three ways of classifying morphemes:free vs. bound.root vs. affixation.lexical vs. grammatical.