insect herbivores

Native Plants at the Heart of Life

July 2, 2008 clifftop CliffNotes

Swallowtail butterfly, P. DauBach

Our bluff lands — currently a riot of lively green color thanks to plentiful spring rains — offer bountiful grazing to copious numbers of herbivores, which, in turn, become food for others. But, while cattle, sheep, even pigs or deer, all of which are largely destined to become our food, are the animals we generally […]


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