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Mannan and Meslow (1984) studied bird foraging behaviour in a forest in Oregon. In a managed forest, 54% of the canopy volume was Douglas fir, 40% was ponderosa pine, 5% was grand fir, and 1% was western larch. They made 156 observations of foraging by red-breasted nuthatches; 70 observations (45% of the total) in Douglas fir, 79 (51%) in ponderosa pine, 3 (2%) in grand fir, and 4 (3%) in western larch.
for each, Ephemeroptera, Odonata and Plecoptera, based on the evolution theories around the first appearance of each group and characteristics that make them primitive insects.
Provide the upper classification that all members of orders Ephemeroptera and Odonata belong to (Kingdom; Phylum; Subphylum; Superclass; Class; Subclass; Division) and stipulate a distinctive characteristic that all members of that specific classification have in common.
Collembola (Symphypleona), Thysanura & Archaeognata have unique mating behaviours. Compare the process of fertilisation/mating in these three taxa
Order archaeognata (Include paragraphs on Environment, Food they eat, Life cycle, Ecdysis and Reproduction
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