This video is about a stag beetle. And about other insects, like a wasp and green flies, on a tree in a forest near Nunspeet, the Netherlands.
Berry Haddeman made this video.
- A rescue plan for stag beetles (naturalcloseups.wordpress.com)
- Wasps and citizen science (or how to scare your sister) (therostrumblog.wordpress.com)
- Eighteen new Dutch insect species (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- New Nematode Worm Can Change Mouth to Match Form of Nourishment (sciencespacerobots.com)
- Bubba Update (kyletaitt.scienceblog.com)
🙂 🙂 🙂
These used to be fairly common when I was young – admittedly a few years ago – if one knew where to look. I can’t remember when I last saw one in the UK. Sadly, another declining species. RH
I think they need healthy oak forests; which may be declining.
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