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preseeving their larvae

canon 500d sigma 180mm....6 images stacked in helicon focus ''''''''''''''is not the best angle to see the larvae ...because I saw larvae when i upload the photo in pc ...................................................The stings of worker wasps, hornets, and yellowjackets are modified egg-laying structures called "ovipositors." Because workers do not lay eggs, their compositors are used only for stinging.

 

Although all of the wasps mentioned on this page are in the family Vespidae, not all wasps in this family live in hives. Some are solitary and live alone in small burrows.

 

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Uploaded on May 29, 2011