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Habitats

Meanings and phrases

natural habitats

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  • Rapid urban growth has threatened natural habitats.
  • Its natural habitats are rainforest and dry forests.
  • Its natural habitats are rivers and freshwater lakes.

habitats are subtropical

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  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, moist savanna, subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, swamps, and heavily degraded former forest.

variety of habitats

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  • They occur in a wide variety of habitats.
  • It is widespread and common, growing in a wide variety of habitats.
  • It is found in a variety of habitats, often near water, from sea level up to about .

range of habitats

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  • The range of habitats are home to many species of invertebrate.
  • There are thousands of species adapted to a wide range of habitats.
  • The genus inhabits a wide range of habitats, and many taxa are migratory.

habitats such

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  • It grows in desert habitats such as arroyos and canyons.
  • It inhabits soft-bottomed habitats such as sandy flats and seagrass beds.
  • It grows in habitats such as dry forests and the thin soil around rock outcrops.

freshwater habitats

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  • This snail lives in freshwater habitats.
  • It inhabits many kinds of freshwater habitats within its range.
  • This demersal species is found in tropical freshwater habitats between .

habitats including

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  • Cornwall has varied habitats including terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
  • There are a range of coastal habitats including, freshwater pools, grazing marsh and saltmarsh.
  • Kath's sun orchid usually grows in drier habitats including shrubland, open forest and woodland.

open habitats

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  • The habitat consists of forests and more open habitats.
  • Adults live in open habitats near apiaries.
  • The spider occurs in a wide range of open habitats, especially in damp areas.

different habitats

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  • The wildlife of Guinea is very diverse due to the wide variety of different habitats.
  • The Holme reserve has a range of different habitats and a number of nationally scarce plants.
  • Many species solve this problem by associating different habitats with different stages of life.

forest habitats

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  • Marmosets can be found in a number of forest habitats.
  • It grows on slopes in chaparral, woodland, and forest habitats.
  • Species are present over much of the world's temperate and boreal forest habitats.

habitats include

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  • Typically habitats include deciduous or mixed forests.
  • Its habitats include urban areas, woodlands and grasslands.
  • Other structural habitats include boulders, anemones, and kelps.

habitats near

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  • Adults live in open habitats near apiaries.
  • They are found in open country worldwide, mostly in habitats near water.

habitats are tropical

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  • Their preferred habitats are tropical forests, subtropical forests, and secondary forests.

wetland habitats

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  • Dogs are permitted, except in marsh and wetland habitats in the park.
  • This site is particularly "botanically rich" and a mixture of grassland and wetland habitats.
  • In some areas, they are farmed, which has the effect of ensuring the wetland habitats are protected.

habitats near water

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  • They are found in open country worldwide, mostly in habitats near water.

marine habitats

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  • Some grow in fresh water, some in marine habitats.
  • These factors give visitors easy access to both freshwater and marine habitats.
  • Other habitat types include wetlands, grasslands, bogs, fens, scrub habitats, coastal and marine habitats.

mostly in habitats

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  • They are found in open country worldwide, mostly in habitats near water.
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