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Insects vs. insectivores

Insects vs. insectivores

In summer, meadows are full of noisy bugs. Like always, if there are a lot of bugs, there will be a lot of animals feeding on them as well.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné



meadow, insectivore, insect, field, grasshopper, , reptiles, lizards, gradual metamorphosis, metamorphosis, chewing mouthparts, membranous wing, jumping leg, csáp, larva, soft-shelled egg, moulting, variable body temperature, fly, arthropods, enemy, predator, hibernation, nature study, biology, environmental studies, zoology, ecology

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