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Braconid Wasp (Dinocampus coccinellae) cocoon with Seven-spotted Ladybird (Coccinella septempunctata) paralyzed by the wasp larva, Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00552408 Braconid Wasp (Dinocampus coccinellae) cocoon with Seven-spotted Ladybird (Coccinella septempunctata) paralyzed by the wasp larva, Drenthe, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Sabre Wasp (Rhyssa persuasoria) flying, parasitic of the Giant Wood Wasp (Urocerus gigas), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771412 Sabre Wasp (Rhyssa persuasoria) flying, parasitic of the Giant Wood Wasp (Urocerus gigas), England© Stephen Dalton
Sabre Wasp (Rhyssa persuasoria) parasitic of the Giant Wood Wasp (Urocerus gigas), England  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771411 Sabre Wasp (Rhyssa persuasoria) parasitic of the Giant Wood Wasp (Urocerus gigas), England© Stephen Dalton
Skipper (Hesperiidae) caterpillar covered with empty pupal cases of parasitoid wasp, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea
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00649251 Skipper (Hesperiidae) caterpillar covered with empty pupal cases of parasitoid wasp, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea© Christian Ziegler
Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysididae) flying, Nature Conservancy's Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in northeast Oregon. This insect, like the cuckoo bird, lays her eggs in the nest of an unsuspecting host  -  Michael Durham
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00640305 Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysididae) flying, Nature Conservancy's Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in northeast Oregon. This insect, like the cuckoo bird, lays her eggs in the nest of an unsuspecting host© Michael Durham
Fungus (Ophiocordycipitaceae) which parasitized and killed wasp, Tatama National Park, Colombia
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00587504 Fungus (Ophiocordycipitaceae) which parasitized and killed wasp, Tatama National Park, Colombia© Thomas Marent
Sand Wasp (Ammophila sp) carrying paralyzed caterpillar, on which she will lay her eggs in an underground burrow, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00585776 Sand Wasp (Ammophila sp) carrying paralyzed caterpillar, on which she will lay her eggs in an underground burrow, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Wasp (Torymidae) parasitizing Stick Insect (Trachythorax sp) eggs, Angkor Wat, Cambodia
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00585038 Wasp (Torymidae) parasitizing Stick Insect (Trachythorax sp) eggs, Angkor Wat, Cambodia© Paul Bertner
Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoons attached to parasitized caterpillar, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania
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00584990 Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoons attached to parasitized caterpillar, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania© Paul Bertner
Parasitic wasp cocoon, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador
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00584989 Parasitic wasp cocoon, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador© Paul Bertner
Fungus (Ophiocordyceps humbertii) which has infected a wasp, Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
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00572537 Fungus (Ophiocordyceps humbertii) which has infected a wasp, Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia© Paul Bertner
Parasitoid Wasp (Neorileya sp) on Stink Bug (Pentatomidae) eggs, Leticia, Amazon, Colombia
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00572350 Parasitoid Wasp (Neorileya sp) on Stink Bug (Pentatomidae) eggs, Leticia, Amazon, Colombia© Paul Bertner
True Bug (Antiteuchus sp) female guarding eggs against parasitoid wasps, Chiriqui, Panama
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00572102 True Bug (Antiteuchus sp) female guarding eggs against parasitoid wasps, Chiriqui, Panama© Paul Bertner
Nymphalid Butterfly (Cupha erymanthis) caterpillar standing guard over a clutch of parasitic wasp pupae that secreted hormones into the caterpillar to guard them after they had c the caterpillars insi...
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00565942 Nymphalid Butterfly (Cupha erymanthis) caterpillar standing guard over a clutch of parasitic wasp pupae that secreted hormones into the caterpillar to guard them after they had c the caterpillars insi...© Chien Lee
Tent Caterpillar Moth (Lasiocampidae) caterpillar covered with empty cocoons of parasitic wasps which have emerged after feeding on its body, Mount Kinabalu National Park, Borneo, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00519014 Tent Caterpillar Moth (Lasiocampidae) caterpillar covered with empty cocoons of parasitic wasps which have emerged after feeding on its body, Mount Kinabalu National Park, Borneo, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) pupae on parasitized moth larva, rainforest, Costa Rica  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00510994 Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) pupae on parasitized moth larva, rainforest, Costa Rica© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Wheel Spider (Carparachne aureoflava) captured by a parasitic Pompilid wasp, Sand Dunes, Namib Desert, Namibia  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00510557 Wheel Spider (Carparachne aureoflava) captured by a parasitic Pompilid wasp, Sand Dunes, Namib Desert, Namibia© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Wheel Spider (Carparachne aureoflava) and Parasitic Pompilid Wasp, Namib Desert, Namibia  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00510556 Wheel Spider (Carparachne aureoflava) and Parasitic Pompilid Wasp, Namib Desert, Namibia© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Fig Wasp ovipositing on Fig (Ficus capensis) 4x natural size, South Africa  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00510555 Fig Wasp ovipositing on Fig (Ficus capensis) 4x natural size, South Africa© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Soft Scale Insect (Coccidae) group with parasitic wasps, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00496694 Soft Scale Insect (Coccidae) group with parasitic wasps, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) in defensive posture as parasitic wasps attempt to lay eggs on colony members, Daintree, Queensland, Australia  -  Mark Moffett
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00479835 Green Tree Ant (Oecophylla smaragdina) in defensive posture as parasitic wasps attempt to lay eggs on colony members, Daintree, Queensland, Australia© Mark Moffett
Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) parasite newly emerged from butterfly chrysalis, Sipaliwini, Surinam  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00479329 Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) parasite newly emerged from butterfly chrysalis, Sipaliwini, Surinam© Piotr Naskrecki
Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) parasite emerging from butterfly chrysalis, Sipaliwini, Surinam  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00479288 Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) parasite emerging from butterfly chrysalis, Sipaliwini, Surinam© Piotr Naskrecki
Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) group parasitizing butterfly pupa, Tiputini Biodiversity Station, adjacent to Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00476064 Chalcid Wasp (Chalcididae) group parasitizing butterfly pupa, Tiputini Biodiversity Station, adjacent to Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) flower swarmed by male parasitic wasps who interpret the flowers red lip as female wasp, western Australia  -  Christian Ziegler
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00462920 King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) flower swarmed by male parasitic wasps who interpret the flowers red lip as female wasp, western Australia© Christian Ziegler
King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) flower being visited by male parasitic wasp which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, western Australia  -  Christian Ziegler
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00462908 King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) flower being visited by male parasitic wasp which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, western Australia© Christian Ziegler
King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) being visited by male parasitic wasp pollinator which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, Australia  -  Christian Ziegler
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00462810 King Spider Orchid (Caladenia pectinata) being visited by male parasitic wasp pollinator which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, Australia© Christian Ziegler
Zebra Orchid (Caladenia cairnsiana) flower being pollinated by male parasitic wasp which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, western Australia  -  Christian Ziegler
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00462809 Zebra Orchid (Caladenia cairnsiana) flower being pollinated by male parasitic wasp which is attracted to the flower by faux female wasp pheromone, western Australia© Christian Ziegler
Wasp (Podagrion sp) cleaning its ovipositor after hatching from the ootheca of a preying mantis, Virachey National Park, Cambodia  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00426999 Wasp (Podagrion sp) cleaning its ovipositor after hatching from the ootheca of a preying mantis, Virachey National Park, Cambodia© Piotr Naskrecki
Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) pupa killed by parasitic wasp, Hoogeloon, Netherlands  -  Silvia Reiche
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00425336 Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) pupa killed by parasitic wasp, Hoogeloon, Netherlands© Silvia Reiche
Wasp (Apanteles glomeratus) cocoons outside of Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris brassicae) caterpillar, the wasp larvae killed the caterpillar by eating it from the inside out, Netherlands  -  Silvia Reiche
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00286010 Wasp (Apanteles glomeratus) cocoons outside of Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris brassicae) caterpillar, the wasp larvae killed the caterpillar by eating it from the inside out, Netherlands© Silvia Reiche
Wasp (Apanteles glomeratus) cocoons outside of Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris brassicae) caterpillar, the wasp larvae killed the caterpillar by eating it from the inside out, Netherlands  -  Silvia Reiche
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00286006 Wasp (Apanteles glomeratus) cocoons outside of Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris brassicae) caterpillar, the wasp larvae killed the caterpillar by eating it from the inside out, Netherlands© Silvia Reiche
Tarantula Hawk (Pepsis sp) a giant wasp, confronts Tarantula in a sequence where the spider is paralyzed and parasitized by wasp's eggs, Riverside, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00115924 Tarantula Hawk (Pepsis sp) a giant wasp, confronts Tarantula in a sequence where the spider is paralyzed and parasitized by wasp's eggs, Riverside, California© Mark Moffett
Tarantula Hawk (Pepsis sp) has laid a small white egg on a stunned Tarantula (Theraphosidae) and departed the burrow, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00115917 Tarantula Hawk (Pepsis sp) has laid a small white egg on a stunned Tarantula (Theraphosidae) and departed the burrow, California© Mark Moffett
Fig Wasp on ripening Fig (Ficus brotryocarpa) must push her way between the scales circumscribing the minute hole at one end of the fig, Papua New Guinea  -  Mark Moffett
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00105583 Fig Wasp on ripening Fig (Ficus brotryocarpa) must push her way between the scales circumscribing the minute hole at one end of the fig, Papua New Guinea© Mark Moffett
Pin Cushion Gall caused by Gall wasp (Diplolepis rosae) on wild Dog Rose (Rosa canina), Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK August  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674797 Pin Cushion Gall caused by Gall wasp (Diplolepis rosae) on wild Dog Rose (Rosa canina), Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK August© Alex Hyde / NPL
Wasp (Pteromalus puparum), parasitoid wasp of butterfly pupae including Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) Brackenridge Field Laboratory, Austin, Travis Co, Texas, USA, December  -  John Abbott/ NPL
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90674643 Wasp (Pteromalus puparum), parasitoid wasp of butterfly pupae including Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) Brackenridge Field Laboratory, Austin, Travis Co, Texas, USA, December© John Abbott / NPL
Caterpillar guarding wasp cocoon after being parasitized by wasp larvae, Singapore
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00640727 Caterpillar guarding wasp cocoon after being parasitized by wasp larvae, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo/ Biosphoto
Bramble Stem Gall Wasp (Diastrophus rubi) old gall (from which adults have emerged) on bramble stem, Dorset, England, September  -  Bob Gibbons/ FLPA
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80182860 Bramble Stem Gall Wasp (Diastrophus rubi) old gall (from which adults have emerged) on bramble stem, Dorset, England, September© Bob Gibbons / FLPA
Orange Tip (Anthocharis cardamines) butterfly pupa killed by parasitic wasp, Hoogeloon, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands  -  Silvia Reiche
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70043108 Orange Tip (Anthocharis cardamines) butterfly pupa killed by parasitic wasp, Hoogeloon, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands© Silvia Reiche
Fulgorid Planthopper (Fulgoridae) egg case with parasitic wasp, Tambopata-Candamo Nature Reserve, Peru
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00599300 Fulgorid Planthopper (Fulgoridae) egg case with parasitic wasp, Tambopata-Candamo Nature Reserve, Peru© Paul Bertner
Wasp (Vespidae) carrying paralyzed caterpillar, Fianarantsoa Province, Madagascar
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00595886 Wasp (Vespidae) carrying paralyzed caterpillar, Fianarantsoa Province, Madagascar© Ch'ien Lee
Hawk Moth (Sphingidae) caterpillar with parasitic wasp cocoons, Putumayo, Colombia
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00587167 Hawk Moth (Sphingidae) caterpillar with parasitic wasp cocoons, Putumayo, Colombia© Thomas Marent
Fig (Ficus sp) fruit with parasitic wasp, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa
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00586077 Fig (Ficus sp) fruit with parasitic wasp, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Fig (Ficus sp) fruit cross-section with parasitic wasps that have developed inside, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa
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00586075 Fig (Ficus sp) fruit cross-section with parasitic wasps that have developed inside, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Fig (Ficus sp) fruit with parasitic wasp, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa
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00586074 Fig (Ficus sp) fruit with parasitic wasp, Blyde River Canyon, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Cockroach Wasp (Ampulex sp) carrying paralyzed Speckled Cockroach (Nauphoeta cinerea), Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00585922 Cockroach Wasp (Ampulex sp) carrying paralyzed Speckled Cockroach (Nauphoeta cinerea), Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoons attached to parasitized caterpillar, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00585772 Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoons attached to parasitized caterpillar, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoon being parasitized by wasp after having infected caterpillar, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00585771 Braconid Wasp (Braconidae) cocoon being parasitized by wasp after having infected caterpillar, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Cup Moth (Acharia nesea) caterpillar and parasitic wasp, Costa Rica  -  Ingo Arndt
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00499203 Cup Moth (Acharia nesea) caterpillar and parasitic wasp, Costa Rica© Ingo Arndt
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