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Tenthredinidae (lode)

Rhogogaster viridis

Tenthredo mesomela


Tenthredinidae is the largest family of sawflies, with well over 7500 species worldwide. Larvae are typically herbivores and feed on the foliage of trees and shrubs, with occasional exceptions that are leaf miners, stem borers, or gall makers

Pamphilius betulae

Art (species): Pamphilius betulae
Gattung (genus): Pamphilius
Familie (family): Pamphiliidae – Gespinstblattwespen
Unterordnung (subordner): Symphyta – Pflanzenwespen – sawfly
Ordnung (order): Hymenoptera – Hautflügler
Klasse (class): Insecta – Insekten… 21 more words


Dogs and Garden Pollinators

We spend almost all of our days in the garden once the last snow has melted into the earth.

My children and dogs have grown up in this environment, and I think look forward to this season as much as me. 252 more words

Nancy Tanner

Micro-locals need YOU!

By: Michael Fox

Some species, like the Noisy Miner Manorina melanocephala, are quite happy to share our urban environment. These Miners like to make their nest in the protective wire basket on the lights. 413 more words

Roly Chapman Reserve Bushcare