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September 2012 - Beewolf Wasp
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Beewolf Wasp, Philanthus crabroniformis
Beewolf Wasp, Philanthus crabroniformis

Wasps in the genus Philanthus are also called Beewolves because they take bees and other stinging insects and feed them to their larvae. They are solitary wasps. Adult females nest in tunnels that are dug in the ground.

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