Insects in the forest

Insects in the forest

Numerous insects live on tree trunks, in the foliage and on the ground. Let's learn about some species.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné



stag beetle, wood ant, Gypsy moth, insect, forest, arthropods, oak forest, pine forest, ant colony, oak tree, chafer grub, chewing mouthparts, proboscis, caterpillar, animal, ecosystem, male, female, living organism, butterfly, egg, wing, chitin, larva, thorax, abdomen, colony, pupa, leaf litter, queen, nature study, environmental studies, ecology, biology

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