Which insects produce pollination?

Pollination can be produced by butterflies, ants, beetles, bumblebees, wasps, bees, etc. The flowers they sit on attract them with their bright color, smell, sometimes certain sticky substances, pollen clings to their limbs, wings, scales. Then, sitting on another flower, they involuntarily carry out pollination, a process without which fertilization and the formation of fruits and seeds would be impossible.



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