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  • 1. In this power point you are going to learnabout the wild life in La Linea de laConcepcion. Our group chose la Lineabecause we thought that it would be funto investigate the wildlife of our zone andto learn more about it. We hope that youenjoy our presentation 
  • 2. Plants Fishes Insects !By: conchita Sánchez-Holgado Tirado, AndreaRodríguez Vizcaya , AnjelaBarranco Yakimenco, GabrielaSolares Vargas and Valeria deFelipe Orihuela
  • 3. What is going to come out next issome information of a few of theinsects that can be found in la Lineade la Concepcion. We don´t have alot of variety but there are some veryinteresting species.. And some verydigusting ones !
  • 4. The erodius gorgyl is a specie that prospersbetter in warm environments.You can normally find it in sandy places likethe beach where it leaves curious markswhere it can bury itself and hide there.It´s body is black and oval and it isn´t a verybig insect.
  • 5. The bright wave ( idaea ochrata) is a moth of the family of geometridae. It is found in europe. It has a windspam of 21-24 mm. The adults fly at night from June to early August.In spring the adults come out and when they have reproduced thefemale puts its eggs safely dug into the ground. The eggs are in theground during the whole winter without any activity whatsoever.With the coming of spring (second year) the larvae come out oftheir hole and start to feed making their body size increase aswellas their voracity. After this they bury themselves again to hibernate.In the third year they come out again to feed once more but only forvery little months because they have practically developed.
  • 6. We didn`t find many plants that could befound in la Linea but the ones we DIDfind were really amazing and beautiful !We really learnt a lot from what wefound out about these plants
  • 7. In the month of july it is possible to find this pretty flower with bits of purple in it in the zone of “ las covezuelas “. Although it looks like a thistle it belongs to a totally different family.It is a plant that can grow upto 40 cm with very littleramifications. Its lower leavesare deeply divided into veryfine segments. Its flowersform a long cluster and theyare blue in colour.
  • 8. It is a climbing-creeeping plant that can grow from 0,5-2metres. The leaves are spirally arranged. The flowersare trumpet-shaped, 1-2.5 cm diameter, white or palepink, with five slightly darker pink radial stripes.Flowering occurs in the mid-summer, when white to palepink, funnel-shaped flowers develop. Fruit are lightbrown. Each fruit contains 2 seeds that are eaten bybirds. The sea holly is native to most european coastlines. In some ways, it resembles a flowering thistle, in that its flower is burr-shaped, though these are metallic blue, rather than mauve. The protected dune plant grows to a height of 20 to 60 cm. Although widespread, it is considered endangered
  • 9. SeagullsPigeon`s
  • 10. Gulls are typically medium to large birds, usuallygrey or white, often with black markings on the heador wings. They typically have harsh wailing orsquawking calls, stout, longish bills, and webbedfeet. Most gulls, particularly larus species, areground-nesting carnivores, which will take live foodor scavenge opportunistically. Live food oftenincludes crabs and small fish
  • 11. Pigeons and doves are stout-Generally, sparrows tend to be small, plump bodied birds with short necks,brown-grey birds with short tails and stubby, and have short slender billspowerful beaks. They are physically similar to with a fleshy cere. The speciesother seed-eating birds. They can be found in commonly referred to just aseurope aswell as other countries, they are "pigeon" is the Feral Rockquite social birds. Pigeon, common in many cities. Doves and pigeons build relatively flimsy nests from sticks and other debris, which may be placed in trees, on ledges or on the ground, depending on species. They lay one or two eggs, and both parents care for the young, which leave the nest after 7 to 28 days. Doves feed on seeds, fruit and plants.
  • 12. The male which is found throughout mostof Europe, is all black except for a yelloweye-ring and beak and has a rich melodioussong; the adult female and juvenile havemainly dark brown plumage. This speciesbreeds in woods and gardens, building aneat, mud-lined, cup-shaped nest. It isomnivorous, eating a wide range of insects,earthworms, berries, and fruits. It is alsocalled Eurasian Blackbird.The Male has blackish- brown legs,ayellow-eye ring and an orange beak. Thefemale is sooty-brown with a dull yellowishbeak.
  • 13. This bit of the presentation is allabout the fishes you can find in lalinea , these fishes you can more orless find them everywhere but thereare interesting species!
  • 14. The turbot is a large left-eyed flatfish found primarily close to the shore in sandy shallow waters throughout the Mediterranean , the Baltic sea , the Black sea and the North Atlantic. The european turbot has an asymmetrical disk-shaped body and is known to grow up to 100cm.The gilthead fish is one of the mostappreciated , it usually lives inshallow waters. Either in sandy orrocky. It is very appreciated in all theMediterranean. It is shiny, silver incolour and its body is ovaled andcompressed. Its name comes fromthe golden speck it has in-betweenits eyes (“dorada”)
  • 15. Very solid , thick shell rounded contour andsymmetrical valves. The “ribs” on the sides are rowsof bumps. Their colour is usually reddish-brown andits interior is white, it can grow up to 9cm in length! The european seabass, dicentrarchus labrax, also known as morone labrax, is a primarily ocean-going fish that sometimes enters blackish and fresh waters. It is also known as thesea drace . The name dicentrarchus derives from the presence of two dorsal fins. It has silver sides and a white belly. Juvenile fish maintain black spots on the back and sides,
  • 16. We hope you have enjoyed our presentation as much as we have enjoyed doing it ! And we hope that you have learnt a lot about the wildlife in la linea !Thanks for watching!