Figure

Wed, 2020-03-18 13:45 -- hwadmin
Summary: 
Branch split longitudinally revealing nest of M. aurifrons. The yellowish pollen provison has been formed into incomplete partitions. Note that the larvae are of uniform size, so presumably they developed from eggs laid at about the same time and probably after completion of the whole provision mass.
Type: 
Figure
Sub Component: 
Normal
Slug: 
F219
Highwire: Type: 
fragment
Highwire: Parent: 
HighWire: Journal/Corpus Code: 
csirobk
Highwire: pisa_id: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch31/F219
Highwire: pisa_master: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch31/F219
HighWire: Atom Path: 
/csirobk/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC35/F219.atom
Highwire: cpath: 
/content/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC35/F219
Highwire: cpathalias: 
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Image - Large: 
Image - Medium: 
Highwire: Variants: 
expansion
Image - Small: 
Highwire: State: 
Released
Contributors: 
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