Chili & Co - addiction or pleasure?

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Of the 1800 species living on earth, only 8 species live in Germany. Earwigs are generally said to have damaging feeding characteristics. It is certainly the case that, as omnivores, they eat soft parts of plants and can therefore occasionally contribute to damage.

In principle, however, it should be regarded as a beneficial insect, since as an exterminator of aphids and caterpillars it contributes to the containment of real pests. The myth that it can pinch through the eardrum of the ear should not be believed as its tools are far too weak for this. Consequently, it is also unable to damage stronger plant parts. Instead, it uses existing feeding tunnels of caterpillars and other pests.

FotoseiteMany theories of photography, as there is still no unified and comprehensive 'theory of photography' is still lacking. In photographic practice, the desired pictorial message is increasingly determined by the by the appropriate photographic techniques.

KlivienseiteClivia, also known as strapleaf, has a long history in Europe. Originally from South Africa, it was named Clivia after a botanical revision by Lady Charlotte Florentine Clive, the Duchess of Northumberland.

Brugmansien, EngelstrompetenAngel's Trumpets (Brugmansia) are a genus of plants in the nightshade family. They are native to South America, but have been widely cultivated for their showy flowers.

kostbadeVery often, people accept the decisions of others as final. They resign themselves to the seemingly inevitable and come to terms with the circumstances. Of course, sometimes it is unavoidable and necessary for a risk-free existence.

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