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Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/10

How to recognize an insect IX. Butterflies and caddisflies. Mati Martin’s series of insects has reached to butterflies, the most numerous and perhaps best known group of insects – the genus of butterflies, the Lepidopterans. There are several ways to classify the butterflies. Hobbyists prefer to make difference between day ……»


Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/9

An autumn view into the world of fungi Irja Saar guides the reader to the interesting world of fungi, introducing the nutrition manners and basic types of construction of different mushroom species. She explains how fungi are classified into two main groups based on the way they obtain organic compounds: ……»


Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/08

Getting acquainted with snails Liina Remm introduces snails –a very species-numerous group of Animalia. The number of terrestrial snails in Estonia is about 85, and about 40 species living in water bodies. The number of snail species in the world is about 35 000. The author takes a look at how ……»


Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/06-07

Would the military orchid need more efficient protection in Estonia? Tiiu Kull and Aigi Ilves introduce the life of the Orchid of the Year, the military orchid, and discuss the protection status of the species in Estonia. The species is quite common and well known in Estonia, but little studied. ……»


Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/05

Special issue: PEIPSIMAA   Forest between poet Juhan Liiv and Peipsi Nils Niitra meditates over his experiences and findings he has gained during the 13 years he has lived in the Peipsi area (Peipsimaa). He refers to the wishes of Estonian poet Juhan Liiv to see the waters of Lake ……»


Summary Eesti Loodus 2014/04

Do urban brownfields have any value? Meelis Uustal convinces to rethink seemingly useless areas, the urban brownfields, which provide habitats for numerous species and are mostly ecologically valuable. On a large extent, urban brownfields carry a negative connotation and refer to derelict industrial, military or mining areas. However, on a ……»