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"Suomen lantakuoriaislajeista yli puolet on uhanalaisia tai silmälläpidettäviä. Mitä siitä seuraa? Vaikuttaako lantakuoriaisten ahdinko lannan hajoamiseen laitumilla?"

"Suomen lantakuoriaislajeista yli puolet on uhanalaisia tai silmälläpidettäviä. Mitä siitä seuraa? Vaikuttaako lantakuoriaisten ahdinko lannan hajoamiseen laitumilla?"

Raising awareness amongst horse owners about sustainable horse care through promoting dung beetle health and reduced chemical use

Raising awareness amongst horse owners about sustainable horse care through promoting dung beetle health and reduced chemical use

"If you need to use toxic chemicals, it is best to use them when dung beetles are not active." Moksidektiini näyttäisi olevan turvallista lantakuoriaisille, muut 'mektiinit' eivät.

The Horses: Bugs & Beetles project has produced eight fact sheets for horse owners. This Pin is based on Fact Sheet Integrating pasture management, pest & parasite control, horse health and soil health. For more info visit www.

Borolinus dietmarleutzi - Hľadať Googlom

Staphylinidae) This one is like put together hardware & engine parts!

Stag beetle, Lucanus cervus. Sizes vary, the male ranges between 40 and 70 mm

Lucanus cervus // Stag Beetle // aka Little Killing Machine <<yikes!

˚A driver ant soldier - Dorylus Kibale Forest, Uganda

A driver ant soldier - Dorylus Kibale Forest, Uganda

A mounted specimen of a Moroccan jewel beetle from my collection. I got it from friends, they collected it in the Saharan region. Its length is 10 mm. I've made stacks from 3 different views, all of them were stacked in Combine ZM. Here I used my regular macro lens with extension tubes and 2 fluorescent table light diffused with paper roll around the beetle.  Selected from my archive, 2009.  3000px

Chrysobothris astartae Abeille de Perrin, 1895 (Moroccan jewel beetle) by Nikola Rahme

Elme Beetle

Elm Calligrapha Beetle - Calligrapha scalaris - This elm beetle was once quite common, but the Dutch Elm Disease not only reduced…

"Fish-hook ant (Polyrhachis bihamata) - observed on a expedition to the Virachey National Park, Cambodia, 2007. think twice before messing with this large (1.5 cm) ant in the forests of Cambodia. The curved spines can easily slice through skin and tend to hold on for a while. These ants live in large numbers in nests in dead tree trunks on the forest floor, and when attacked they swarm out and hook onto each other, making extracting an individual ant by a predator difficult.

"Fish-hook ant (Polyrhachis bihamata) - observed on a expedition to the…

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