Raven

Corvus corax
Scale 6 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3
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2 POINTS

Play: Raven has a FLIGHT of 2
Fact: Ravens roll on ant hills and chew up the ants so they can rub their guts on their feathers. Scientists think this may help with molting.

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Graphic by Fraser Wagner

Asian Longhorned Beetle | INVASIVE SPECIES

Anoplophora glabripennis
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Play: Place this card on any hardwood tree species (maple, willow, oak).
Effect: The tree species must immediately be removed. You may leave this card on the table to show this space is invaded by this beetle, and no other hardwood tree may be played here.

Graphic by US Department of Agriculture

Emerald Ash Borer | INVASIVE SPECIES

Agrilus planipennis
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Play: Place this card on any Ash tree species.
Effect: The Ash tree species must immediately be removed. You may leave this card on the table to show this space is invaded by emerald ash borer, and no other Ash tree may be played here.

Graphic by UACESCOMMflickr.com/photos/uacescom

Azulejo Común

Thraupis episcopus
Scale 5 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3
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2 POINTS

El Vuelo: 2

Dato: El azulejo es muy común en zonas abiertas y urbanas cálidas y templadas. Esta especie llega fácilmente a comederos de fruta. Anda en parejas.

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Graphic by Valeria Tisneswww.behance.net/vtisnes

Acorn Barnacle

Semibalanus balanoides
Scale 4 Diat: carbon-macromolecules , Hierachy 1
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PLAY: The Acorn Barnacle is a suspension feeder, extracting food from the water.
FACT: Acorn Barnacle produce a brown glue that fastens it to a hard surface.

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Graphic by Bita Mojtahedzadehocean.org/
Semibalanus balanoides is a common and widespread boreo–arctic species of acorn barnacle. It is common on rocks and other substrates in the intertidal zone of north-western Europe and both coasts of North America. Adult S. balanoides grow up to 15 millimetres (0.6 in) in diameter, and are sessile, living attached to rocks and other solid substrates. They have six greyish wall plates surrounding a diamond-shaped operculum.[2][3] The base of the shell is membranous in Semibalanus, unlike […] read more

Black Fly

Simulium spp.
Scale 4 Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2
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Play: Can eat mammals. Has a MOVE of 2

Fact: Add insult to injury. When black fly bites you, it uses your blood to reproduce and make more black flies. Only females bite.

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Graphic by Fyn Kynd Photographywww.flickr.com/photos/79452129@N02/
Simulium is a genus of black flies, which may transmit diseases such as onchocerciasis (river blindness). It is a large genus with several hundred species, and 41 subgenera.[1] The flies are pool feeders. Their saliva, which contains anticoagulants, a number of enzymes and histamine, is mixed with the blood, preventing clotting until it is ingested […] read more