Fjärilar: Käkmalar–säckspinnare

Can all butterflies fly? Actually, no! This book presents butterfly families that are very different both in appearance and way of life. Here you can read about the most evolutionarily butterfly original families. They have kept a variety of features from the butterflies' earliest history of the development. Micropterigidae have jowls - rather than suck up nectar, like other butterflies, they scrape the pollen from plants. They are active during the day, and you can often see several butterflies search for food in the same flower.



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