The flowers of many angiosperms are pollinated by insects. What is the mutual benefit of cross-pollination for insects and plants?

1) Benefits for plants: increased probability of pollination and increase in numbers,
2) offspring acquire new traits, which accelerates the action of evolutionary factors.
3) Benefits for insects: plants are a food source (pollen, nectar) and a refuge

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