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Types of invertebrates by habitat

Attenuation Pond, Bonnyfield Nature Park

(c) Craig Macadam

Everything needs somewhere to live, bugs included.

Invertebrates live on land (terrestrial), in the sea (marine) and in water bodies such as lakes and rivers (freshwater). Some species - such as dragonflies - live both on land and in the water, depending on their life stage.

To find out more about the invertebrates living in each environment, follow the links.