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Paper Wasp 3
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This one is setting up shop in the patio. Yes, it is upside down.
One egg is laid in each cell. As she adds more cells around the edge, eggs are deposited. Larvae in the center are older with the younger larvae further out. It is the cells at the rim of the nest which contain eggs. After eggs hatch, the queen feeds the young larvae. When larvae are ready to pupate, cells are covered with silk, forming little domes over the individual openings. Larvae pupate, emerging later as small, infertile females called "workers."
ASIAN ELEPHANT Name of HARUKO(春子)
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I never should have stepped into that parlor
Image by EJP Photo