The Importance of Insects, Accompanied by Pencil Sketching

Updated: 24 Apr 2018

Insects have the largest number of species in nature.

Bee

Problem:

Bees have an important ecological role in pollinating plants but their number is getting smaller and the cause is unclear.

Pencil sketch of a bee Bee pencil sketch

Solution:

Planting flowers rich in nectar and avoiding the use of spraying materials in planters or in the garden.

Ant

Problem:

Ants follow chemical traces left by a scouting ant when it finds a food stock.

Pencil sketching of an ant Ant pencil sketch

Solution:

Keeping a house clean of breadcrumbs, dirt and scraps of food.

Mosquito

Problem:

The female mosquito, when it needs proteins for its eggs, is looking for a live source to suck blood from.

Mosquito pencil sketching. Insect drawing. Mosquito pencil sketch

Solution:

In the case of an occasional mosquito, it is recommended to use an electric bat.

An image of an electric racket or bat, also called electric flyswatter An electric racket

Fly

Problem:

The housefly is attracted to the human food and exposed parts of their body, thereby passing on pathogens that it carries on its body.

A sketching of a fly, insects drawing Fly pencil sketch

Solution:

The special eyes of the fly allow him to quickly absorb signals from the environment and avoid danger.

The fly, when it detects a light source like a window, will fly to it, so all it takes is to spray the window itself a bit with an insecticide. The fly, at one point or another, will reach the window and come into contact with the pesticide.

Pesticides are toxic substances and should not be sprayed where children are.

Cockroach

Problem:

Cockroaches can live without food for several days to a month, thus even if you do not see them at home, that does not mean they are not there!

A pencil sketching of a cockroach Cockroach pencil sketch

Solution:

Ensure the house is clean and, if necessary, spray pesticides in the area in which they are located.

What is the importance of insects?

Ecological importance:

Economic importance:

Insects as food:

Summary

Flies and mosquitoes have great ecological importance and are the second most important pollinators after the bees.

Mosquitoes are the most lethal family of animals because they transmit parasites and viruses.

The cockroach has a high resistance to radiation but has no exceptional resistance compared to other insects such as the fruit fly.