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I'm not sure about the category!
Thanks for the ID, but I'm not sure these belong to T. pallidus. But my question is about the arrangement? Is that vary within a species? :) OK Ava T-B, nice information for me
.Because these aren't "intentionally" created, i don't think they belong in the Animal Architecture mission. But it is a lovely shot!
these are dead aphids. a parasitic wasp came by and laid eggs inside the aphid. the parasitic wasp larvae eat the aphid and leave the 'mummified' aphid bodies to find more aphids. these wasps are a beneficial insect for the garden
Lat: -6.33, Long: 106.84
Spotted on Feb 6, 2012 Submitted on Feb 13, 2012