1.the transfer of pollen to a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant to allow fertilization
the substance transferred during pollination
a pollinator best known for it's production of honey
a pollinator that lives in caves and mostly comes out at night
a pollinator that flaps it's wings so fast, you cannot see them
the female plant sex organ
receives the pollen during pollination
the production of pollen within the plant
begin to grow and put out shoots after a period of dormancy
an animal, insect, or otherwise that aids in the pollinaiton of plants
April showers bring May _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
In spring, farmers _ _ _ _ _ _ _ crops.
The first month of spring.
Easter _ _ _ .
_ _ _ _ _ _ blossom trees.
Spring _ _ _ _ _; vacation.
flowers _ _ _ _ _ in Spring
The season after Winter
A month in Spring
An animal that wakes up in Spring
birds that fly north in Spring; black, grey, and white
a small pool of water
you use this to keep you dry from the rain
shoes you wear in the rain
a day for pranks
what you can fly on a windy day
bumble _ _ _
when you bring food and a blanket to a park and sit on the grass eating
what you see sometimes after rain stops
what do eggs eventually do?
small round beetles that are often red with black spots
the larva of a butterfly or moth
these bugs have eight legs and spin webs
Good bugs, benefit humans (pollination or eat pests)
Butterflies and Moths
Ants, bees, and wasps
"Tail pipes” on an aphid.
The half-hardened forewings of true bugs
Sugary aphid excretions
Reproducing without mating – virgin birth
Triangle shape on the back of a true bug
An organism that transmits disease
Sheathed wings (of beetles)
Warning coloration (poisonous/sting)
When one insect mimics another poisonous insect (but it’s not)
Active during the day.
Active at night
Spots on an insect that look like an eye
Knobby wings used for balance and hovering (gyroscope wings).