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Some species spend part of their lives in underground holes Toad bug (
Gelastocoris oculatus) Richard Parker that they make. Their eggs have been
found buried in sand. The colour of toad bugs varies, depending on the
environment in which ...
tree duck 106 The six to nine species of Climacteris, known as Australian
treecreepers, constitute the family Climacteridae, sometimes considered a
subfamily of Sittidae (nuthatches) or Meliphagidae (honeyeaters); formerly, these
Some species float in shallow water; others are rooted in muddy stream banks
and lakeshores. All have slender rootstocks, feathery roots, rosettes of stalked
leaves, and few to many flowers arranged in spikes or clusters in the leaf axils.
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