Great Black Wasp

Sphex Pennsylvanica, the "Great Black Wasp." Females paralyze katydids and stock them in a burrow as food for their offspring. Each wasp lives independently, and they are not at all aggressive.

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Uploaded 6:26 AM on May 4, 2012
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Memorial Day ! by Mark Andersen Wild Rose by Mark Andersen Great Black Wasp by Mark Andersen Daffodil by Mark Andersen Red Spotted Purple Butterfly. by Mark Andersen
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Proprietor of the Peony by Cristine Nicholson Lost to the Frost by Gil Silvers Great Black Wasp by Mark Andersen And then the dragonfly returned (Richardson Nature Center) by Bob Rorke Twelve-Spotted Skimmer by Patrick Stewart



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