The natural enemy and symbax of the dragonfly

The dragonflies are born with a hard shell like other insects, the venom claws, and even the escape mechanism is slow and pathetic, so it is often easily reduced to plate meals. Strictly speaking, the dragonfly is almost inability to resist the enemy. Although the skin is stiff and releases viscous body fluids to help them glide more efficiently in the soil, it is not so effective in hard lands where it doesn't rain.

Why did the dragonfly climb out of the earth when it rained? Answer.

Again, we have mentioned before that the greatest ability of radon to survive is of course their unique perception, reproduction speed and regeneration ability. It is worth mentioning that, in addition to the general cultured radon, some species of radon will also release the odor in order to try to put the enemy skunk away from hunting.

Interestingly, some moths even spray a small amount of body fluids to drive away the enemy.

When in danger, this Australian slug shoots non-toxic body fluids from the skin when there is no way to escape. It is said to be up to 30cm away.

What are some of the symbiasis?

According to the saying, the most taboo of breeding crickets is the dirty environment and food that is not suitable for slugs, such as meat. Once pinched properly, it is easy to mold and attract all kinds of insects or reptiles living in the soil to form a large family of insects. They compete with each other and even attack each other. I also often see these insects in my breeding bed, sometimes too wet environment or put some food too long not clean, a turn below will find a lot of fast-running insects in the big fast. And the dragonfly can only hide on the other side, obviously lost.

A common example of symbiosis is that you'll see short fat white bugs that are蠅 the larvae of flies/fruit flies are usually called watermelon bugs (there's no photo here, it's a bit stomach-churning). Usually蠅 do not attack the dragonflies, but they are also decomposers, so they will be able to mature and fly away within a few days after eating the same food as the slugs. Unlike radon, they are more likely to be attracted to food that just smells mildew.

Did you know that there are dragonflies in the water? Here's the picture.

Sometimes you see 婦 also called wet insects, with white and black patterns of all kinds. There are also some fast-acting termites, termites, and hundreds of species of insects that can't be named and grow in the soil.

Small amounts of these small insects generally do not cause great harm to the breeding of radon, but if they reproduce too fast and too many radon growth will be seriously affected. We've mentioned the food before. If the radon is finished, remove the excess residue as soon as possible so as not to grow mold that stinks and gets dirty.

A bad environment not only attracts insects, affects the growth of radon, but also makes it easier to die from illness.

This is 蛄 of the most feared natural enemies in the world. Good at digging holes, not only eating eggs but also eating eggs. Have you seen it? Share it below.

The natural enemy of the dragonfly

And then there's the natural enemy of the dragonfly. There are many natural enemies, whether flying or drilling in the soil, basically most of the second layer of the biological chain of omnivores consumer (general insects or small reptiles) and some third-tier consumers (e.g. birds) will also catch the slugs for food. Take my breeding as an example, you will often see rats, rats, cockroaches, mantis, geckos, chickens, frogs, moles and so on.

Some ants do not prey on crickets, but they also attack them for protecting their territory. Ants also grab the same food as dragonflies.

Usually all we can do is net up and keep large predators as small as possible. Because radon is sensitive to pesticides, it is best not to let go, and release will also affect the quality of radon. If it's a potted plant in your house, you can put some soot to drive the dragonfly away, and I have an explanation here.