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BUTTERFLIES

What The Fact??

Butterflies are important members of your garden ecosystem, and they can tell us a great deal about our changing climate.

Most of us love to see pretty little butterflies fluttering gracefully around their garden, but caterpillars are a lot less charismatic.

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COCKROACHES

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In Australia, there are six introduced species of cockroaches, which do live in houses, but there are also at least 550 native species which are safe, beautiful little creatures. Virtually all cockroaches you find in your garden are native, and all of these are important members of your backyard ecosystem.

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BESS BEETLES

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Bess beetles are unusual in that they live in a colony made up of several generations of a family.
They eat decomposing wood and live within rotting logs in a complex of tunnels. Adult males and
females excavate their tunnels, defend the colony and care for the young. You can tell when a log

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