Figure

Wed, 2020-03-18 13:45 -- hwadmin
Summary: 
A mud-nest built by a Delta wasp and used as a nesting site by M. aurifrons. All but one of the vacated mud cells had been utilised by the bee. The exterior wall has been scraped away to reveal four cocoons in one chamber (arrowed).
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Figure
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Normal
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F220
Highwire: Type: 
fragment
Highwire: Parent: 
HighWire: Journal/Corpus Code: 
csirobk
Highwire: pisa_id: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch31/F220
Highwire: pisa_master: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch31/F220
HighWire: Atom Path: 
/csirobk/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC35/F220.atom
Highwire: cpath: 
/content/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC35/F220
Highwire: cpathalias: 
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Highwire: Variants: 
expansion
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Highwire: State: 
Released
Contributors: 
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