Yes, butterflies are pollinators. 

Pollinators are animals that help to transfer pollen from the male parts of a flower to the female parts, allowing the flower to produce seeds and fruit. 

Many butterflies are attracted to the nectar produced by flowers and while they feed, they also pick up pollen on their bodies. 

When they visit another flower, some of this pollen is transferred to the stigma, the female part of the flower, allowing fertilization to take place.

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