Would you want to live with crocodiles and snakes? Lots of animals live with them in various types of wetlands. What do you think they eat? Find out how useful wetlands are to earth and its creatures! Did you know wetlands are home to many unique and interesting animals? Can you guess what kind of bird is shown below?
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This species is distributed in some parts of the Palearctic ecozone Europe: incl. These flies mainly inhabits deciduous woods and forests, especially spruce forests of the region. Date: 09 Flickriver view images as a river of photos and more. Phaonia angelicae. Stratiomyidae, Oplodontha viridula.
Infertile shoots are more numerous and taller than fertile shoots. The culms are unbranched, sharply triangular in cross-section, light green, and glabrous. Each infertile shoot has about alternate leaves, which are concentrated mostly toward the apex of the shoot. Each fertile shoot has about alternate leaves underneath the inflorescence excluding the leafy bracts. On infertile shoots, the leaf blades are up to 30" long and 8 mm.
The hairy canary fly , Phaonia jaroschewskii , is a yellow European muscid fly. This species is found on sphagnum moss on healthy wet bog ecosystems. The larvae feed on these sphagnum bog mosses.