Insects form a large part of the biodiversity on earth. And biodiversity is important for the resilience of this planet we all inhabit. A large proportion of biodiversity exists in agricultural landscapes close to forests. It is crucial to protect these bees and birds that forage in such ecosystems. Insects are tiny and their numbers run to millions. Yet we often easily overlook their value. There is an entire range of arthropods (insects, spiders, millipedes, etc.) that live in such systems and perform specific roles to maintain the ecological harmony of the habitat.