Animals and insects help plants by helping pollinate flowers or by dispersing seeds. They also help supply nutrients when they die and decompose by turning decaying plant and animal matter into fertilizer for plants.
Butterflies are diurnal, pollinating a wide variety of flowers that open during the day. They frequent big, beautiful, brightly colored blooms. Butterflies have good color vision sensing more wavelengths than either humans or bees and, unlike bees; butterflies can see the color red.