Information on symbiosis of living organisms in nature.
The bucket orchid has a fermented nectar that makes the bee wobbly on its feet, it slips into a bucket of liquid and the only way out is to wriggle under a rod that dust the bee with pollen, insects pollinate flowers, and in return flowers feed insects pollen and nectar, many cases of such cooperation exist between insects and flowers.
Bee with pollen collected via Wikipedia
Many flowers have triggers mechanisms, when insects touch the trigger they get swatted by the pollen containing anthers. Other flowers produce two kinds of pollen, one fertilizes seeds, the other is sterile but feeds insect visitors. So such cooperation or partnerships exist between insects and flowers.
Flowers via Wikipedia
One example of flowers have trigger mechanisms is the Dutchman’s pipe cannot pollinate itself but needs insects to bring in pollen from another flower. The plant has a tubular leaf that envelops its flower, and this leaf is coated with wax. Insects attracted by the smell of the flower, land on the leaf and plunge down the slippery slide to a chamber at the bottom the flower’s own pollen ripens and dust the insect only then the insects walk out and, with their new supply of pollen, fly to another Dutchman’s pipe to pollinate it.
Many cases of symbiosis or partnerships exist between two organisms, such partnership are example of symbiosis, living together. Termites eat wood but need the protozoa in their bodies to digest it. Some figs and wasps need each other in order to reproduce. Cattle, camels and goats could not digest the cellulose in grass without the help of bacteria and protozoa living inside them.
Acacia via Wikipedia
Another cases of partnerships are stinging ants live in the hollow thorns of acacia trees. They keep leaf eating insects off the tree and they cut up and kill vines that try to climb on the tree. In return, the tree secretes a sugary fluid that the ants relish. In conclusion the wonderful symbiosis of living organisms is very important in nature.