|Movement or orientation of an organism in response to light. Some insects are attracted to light, while others are repelled by it.
|Behavior associated with temperature, moving towards or away from heat.
|Some insects go into a dormant state during harsh winter months.
|Many insects, like Monarch butterflies, migrate over long distances.
|Behavior that is intended to harm another individual within the same species.
|Behavior directed towards finding and gathering food.
|Some insects blend with their environment to hide from predators.
|Specific actions, often complex, performed by insects to attract a mate.
|Some insects like ants and bees form complex colony structures.
|Behavior linked to transforming from a larval stage to a different adult form.
|Co-operative behavior seen in social insects like bees, ants and termites.
|Hunting and tracking prey for food is a behavior common to insects like mantis, dragonflies.