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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