The fact that the colors in the flower have evolved in order to attract insects to pollinate it is interesting; that means insects can see the colors. That adds a question: does this aesthetic sense we have also exist in lower forms of life?

Richard P. Feynman

Insects are a whole class within the phylum arthropods. The class represents more than half of the known organisms on earth! It is, in other words, extremely diversified. If you’re interested, the Wikipedia article is very well written. Unfortunately, I haven’t payed much attention during the entomology classes I’ve attended, so my images of the insects will be mostly unspecified.