Plants and their pollinators form a mutualistic relationship, a relationship in which each benefits from the other. In the plant-pollinator relationship, the pollinator benefits by feeding on food rewards provided by the flower, primarily nectar and pollen.
Though many moths are considered good pollinators, Luna, Polyphemus moths and other silkworm moths have no mouth parts. They do not eat and live only to mate and lay eggs. The beauty of the silkworm moths rivals that of the butterfly.
Lakes, rivers and marshes are home to some of the largest birds like cranes and herons and also home to many varied dragaon flies and damsel flies.