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Scion Jan 23
These tiny wasps could be a solution to our Eucalyptus Tortoise Beetle Paropsis charybdis problem. The leaf munching beetles cause damage worth millions to NZ eucalyptus trees...
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Dr. Cindy Schoelitsz Dec 15
Painted some more christmas decorations
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Thomas van de Kamp Dec 17
I tried a "negative" 3D print of a fossil parasitoid wasp (Xenomorphia resurrecta) inside a mineralized fly puparium. The printing material is translucent plastic; I left a wasp-shaped void, which the printer filled with wax (the supporting material).
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Erinn Fagan-Jeffries Jun 12
My 2nd PhD chapter is published! We DNA barcoded Australian microgastrines (a subfamily of ) using a high-throughput method. To no one's surprise, there's heaps and heaps of species.
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Thomas van de Kamp Jan 6
4/5 2018 – high throughput experiment (1.510 specimens in 4 days). wasps inside pupae; 2x43 s/sample; pre-segmentation with Amira; semi-automated segmentation with ; rendering with CINEMA 4D.
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Meg Gray Jan 24
I spy with my little eye... A successful parasitism of in .
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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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Alex Smith 11 Jul 16
20 Species of Wasps in Costa Rica named for schoolchildren
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Benjamin Fuchs May 17
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Jody Green Sep 10
Sent to me by a friend who wanted to know “What’s going on here?” This is a parasitized ( sexta). White cocoons, falling off the host, are pupae of wasps. Told her this was stuff live for....bugs in bugs on bugs.
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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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HereBeSpiders11 Jun 3
Saw a beautiful ! This genus is one of the most common parasitic wasps in the US, and they usually hunt for caterpillars in May-August.
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Joanie Sep 17
I got my 1st tattoo w/ Mackenzie. We got parasitoid wasps from L.O. Howard’s & C.V. Riley’s “The hymenopterous parasites of North American Butterflies (1869).” Mine is of a braconid wasp - Mackenzie got an ichneumonid.
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Dr. Anne Duplouy Feb 9
40/365: Horizontal transfer of prokaryotic cytolethal distending toxin B genes to eukaryotes etal describe a bacterial gene horizontally transferred to two distinct insect genomes. Potential function against .
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OSU AgSci Research Mar 25
David Lowenstein, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Oregon State University North Willamette Experiment Station, is working on a desirable for an in the form of a .
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Nina Zitani 23 Jun 16
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Hymenoptera Journal Feb 25
Laws of Attraction: 1st report to connect a white rot wood decaying , a tremecine and its via volatile compounds. Study:
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Hymenoptera Journal Jan 2
2 adventive exotic species have tracked down the brown marmorated stink bug - a major agricultural , all the way from Asia to northern Italy Data Paper:
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Peggy Muddles 31 Dec 15
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