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Jody Green 8h
Now that I’m thinking about , I’m scrolling through pics on my phone. These wasps are solitary & don’t hurt people. Their larvae feed on other insects & help control populations of other insects, some which are pests
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Nina Zitani Aug 21
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MaLisa Spring 11 Mar 16
I got the shot! The aphid wasn't too happy about it though. Future mummy.
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Benjamin Fuchs May 17
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Elena Rosa 10 Jun 15
Working with the cutest ever <3
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Tuomas Kankaanpää 1 Aug 17
Cryptus arcticus doing its thing, trying to oviposit into a concealed host larva. My first insect movie.
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Nina Zitani 23 Jun 16
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Alex Smith 11 Jul 16
20 Species of Wasps in Costa Rica named for schoolchildren
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Colin Chapman 15 Sep 16
Hystricia abrupta on Solidago canadensis today. This fly is a of Tiger Moths (Arctiinae)
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Lu Musetti 15 Jan 17
Replying to @InvertoPhiles
. 😍 Most of our in that scale or smaller. And so, so many of them! Here's genus Idris, attacks spider eggs.
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Lu Musetti 9 Nov 16
Gorgeous Scelio luteus (Cameron), female, wasp that attacks grasshopper eggs. Here's where you find it & its taxonomic history.
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Lu Musetti 22 Apr 15
Earth Day. Open browser. Google asks: 'What animal are you?' Um?! Trick question?! Psilanteris!
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Lu Musetti 9 Nov 16
Replying to @osuc_curator
Real life Scelio luteus is around 4-5 mm long. Here's a six foot high res photo we made for a display.
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Sally-Ann  Spence 10 Feb 15
Replying to @minibeastmayhem
& sometimes related specimens connected to individuals raise other areas of scientific study... wasps
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Erica McAlister 21 Mar 16
A spider killing fly (acroceridae) collected in South Africa
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Dr Manu Saunders 24 May 17
Replying to @ManuSaunders
Interesting cooperative behaviour...Emerged adults appeared to help the next ones break out of cocoons
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Wolfgang Reschka 31 Jul 14
People at were asking what my background pic meant - I'm paint-marking a wasp of course! See me to hear more about it!
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Jordan Harrod / @RealScientists 29 Oct 14
This momma bug was guarding her . But it wasn't from me it was from a wasp. Can you spot it?
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Chris Jeffs 12 May 15
Had fun sharing some wasps for Spotlight Specimens at today. Converted some ewws to oohs!
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Lu Musetti 1 Jul 15
Cool illustrations in old education poster @SarahMWashburn
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