HH-Altona

Veranstaltungsnummer

XC5E2

Hidden biodiversity - what lives in the leaf litter

So, 19.06.2022, 11:00 – 13:00 Uhr

6–99
Wald
Gärten und Parks

Merkzettel:   Event XC5E2 merken

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The leaf litter is made up of leaves, twigs and pieces of bark that have fallen to the ground and it is home to multiple organisms. This dead organic material provides the perfect habitat for a plethora of animals, including worms, spiders, and insects like beetles. We usually walk past them unknowingly every time we visit forests and city parks. During this approximately two-hour excursion, we will use a special collecting technique to observe this hidden biodiversity and talk about the role of such organisms in the ecosystem.

Treffpunkt: Historische Brücke im Jenischpark, , 20146 Hamburg

Anfahrt: S1 Klein Flottbek, Bus Haltestelle Marxenweg 112, 115, X21

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Veranstalter*in: Leibniz-Institut zur Analyse des Biodiversitätswandels (LIB)

Leitung: Dr. Dagmara Zyla

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Altersempfehlung: 6–99

Ausrüstung empfohlen: Festes Schuhwerk

Kosten für Erwachsene: kostenlos

Kosten für Kinder: kostenlos 

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