Insects go to
feed on flower expecting a reward (usually
pollen or edible part of the flower)
and they unwillingly transport the pollen from one flower to another.
Among entomphily we can recognize the role of many diverse type of
insect pollination, the most important is
pollination) that interest the majority of the
plants; other insect generally are not so efficient like bees but they
are indispensable for the pollination of many plant species, among them:
& Phalaenophily (Hawk moths and nocturnal Lepidoptera pollination),
myophily (fly pollination), Sapromyophily (carrion fly pollination),
Psychophily (butterfly pollination), cantharophily (Beetle pollination),
Myrmecophily (ants pollination), Necrocoleopterophily (Carrion beetles
pollimnation), Micromelittophily (Small bees pollination).