Wildlife in a Dutch city


According to an exhibition at present in the natural history museum, in the city of Leiden there are:

  • 60 species of breeding birds
  • 25 species of mammals
  • 4 species of amphibians
  • 21 fish species, including pumpkinseed introduced from North America [see also here]
  • 23 dragonfly and damselfly species
  • 24 (daytime) butterfly species
  • 450 plant species
  • 150 tree species
  • 220 fungi species

This is video about pumpkinseed in an aquarium.

Wildlife in London, England: here.

Breeding ecology of bluegill Lepomis macrochirus, an invasive alien species, in the north basin of Lake Biwa, central Japan: here.

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