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Long-winged Conehead (Conocephalus discolor), a species of bushcricket, on the Meadow at National Museum Cardiff. Wildflower meadows are usually made up of a combination of grasses and flowers. They provide excellent habitat for lots of animals, especially pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Other insects such as moths, wasps, flies and beetles can be pollinators too. This item is part of the Urban Meadow Teaching Resource for Foundation and Key Stage 2.

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