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Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus entering nest cavity of LAU stand
An Isodontia mother with cricket prey grappling with an unusual problem.
A flexible lid, and clamping pressure, frustrate sideways penetration of nest cavities by the tiny parasitic wasp Melittobia.
The mud barrels of Auplopus are usually narrower than the cavity (width 9.6 mm here).
Quietus 1 . Trypoxylon lactitarse stinging its spider prey.
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