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Parasitic wasp laying eggs (Eupelmidae sp), Colorful Parasitic wasp laying eggs on beetle larva inside dead logs, SingaporeParasitic wasp laying eggs (Eupelmidae sp), Colorful Parasitic wasp laying eggs on beetle larva inside dead logs, SingaporeParasitic wasp laying eggs (Eupelmidae sp), Colorful Parasitic wasp laying eggs on beetle larva inside dead logs, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Parasitic wasp laying eggs (Eupelmidae sp), Colorful Parasitic

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Parasitic wasp laying eggs into a host beetle larva that lives inside a tree trunk (Singapore)Parasitic wasp laying eggs into a host beetle larva that lives inside a tree trunk (Singapore)Parasitic wasp laying eggs into a host beetle larva that lives inside a tree trunk (Singapore)© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Parasitic wasp laying eggs into a host beetle larva that lives

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Eupelmid wasp using her antenna to sense for beetle larvae (Singapore)Eupelmid wasp using her antenna to sense for beetle larvae (Singapore)Eupelmid wasp using her antenna to sense for beetle larvae (Singapore)© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Eupelmid wasp using her antenna to sense for beetle larvae

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Eucharitidae ; Ant parasite wasp ; The Eucharitidae are a family of parasitic wasps and are specialized parasitoids of ants ; MalaysiaEucharitidae ; Ant parasite wasp ; The Eucharitidae are a family of parasitic wasps and are specialized parasitoids of ants ; MalaysiaEucharitidae ; Ant parasite wasp ; The Eucharitidae are a family of parasitic wasps and are specialized parasitoids of ants ; Malaysia© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Eucharitidae ; Ant parasite wasp ; The Eucharitidae are a family

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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Bactrocera skirt in an olive gallery. The opening of the pupa

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Parasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, FranceParasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, FranceParasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in July, Banyuls sur mer, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid (Eurytoma martellii) male, emerged from an olive in

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, occupied by a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus) close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery,

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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerges from a fly gallery of the olive of which it has eaten the larva!© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Beautiful demonstration of the biological fight: the parasitoid

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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly gallery. The parasitoid nibbles the film of the olive to go out.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Emergence of the parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) from an olive fly

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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) has just emerged from the olive fly gallery in place of a fly (Bactrocera oleae)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Demonstration of biological control: This parasitoid (Eupelmus

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 mParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 mParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of olives, size 3 m© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) emerged from a stock of

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olivesParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olivesParasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots of the olive fly emerging from a stock of olives© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid olives (Eurytoma martellii) which destroys the maggots

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Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and female, these two insects emerged from a stock of olives. The female is 3.1 mm long.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Attempt to mate Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male and

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Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitoid (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls

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The best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mmThe best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mmThe best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus) emerged from an olive, length 4.1 mm© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The best enemy of the olive fly parasitoid (Eupelmus confusus)

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the galls of the inlets (Dittrichia viscosa) but never in the olives like other Eupelmidae.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) which very often lays in the

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma sp)Eurytomid (Eurytoma sp)Eurytomid (Eurytoma sp)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma sp)

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the opening of the pupa shows a parasitoid nymph (Eupelmus confusus), close to its emergence.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Olive tree fly (Bactrocera oleae) pupa in an olive gallery, the

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Seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) with an Eurytomid parasitoid (Aximopsis collina) that has fed on the seed or an Eurytomid parasite (Bruchophagus sp)Seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) with an Eurytomid parasitoid (Aximopsis collina) that has fed on the seed or an Eurytomid parasite (Bruchophagus sp)Seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) with an Eurytomid parasitoid (Aximopsis collina) that has fed on the seed or an Eurytomid parasite (Bruchophagus sp)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) with an Eurytomid

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Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule

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Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants

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Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants captured on a capsule of Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), Eupelmidae (probably Eupelmus confusus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crab Spider (Synaema globosum) on the flowers or stems of plants

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus) probable, hatched from seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) on 29 September Cerberus. Size: 3 mm. Excluding antennas and auger.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus) probable, hatched from seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) on 29 September Cerberus. Size: 3 mm. Excluding antennas and auger.Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus) probable, hatched from seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) on 29 September Cerberus. Size: 3 mm. Excluding antennas and auger.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus) probable, hatched from seeds

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seeds. 23.6.2012Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seeds. 23.6.2012Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seeds. 23.6.2012© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus confusus) male emerged from a capsule of

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule (Asphodelus fistulosus). Length: 2.6 mm. May 2, 2013 (Abdomen more elongated, pointed, slightly brown wings)Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule (Asphodelus fistulosus). Length: 2.6 mm. May 2, 2013 (Abdomen more elongated, pointed, slightly brown wings)Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule (Asphodelus fistulosus). Length: 2.6 mm. May 2, 2013 (Abdomen more elongated, pointed, slightly brown wings)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) male captured on Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) male captured on Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) male captured on Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) male captured on Branched

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) caught on a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) caught on a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) caught on a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) caught on a capsule of Branched

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seeds (Asphodelus fistulosus). Origin Peyrefitte, length out antennas: 2,6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seeds (Asphodelus fistulosus). Origin Peyrefitte, length out antennas: 2,6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) seeds (Asphodelus fistulosus). Origin Peyrefitte, length out antennas: 2,6 mm.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) captured on Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphdel (Asphdelus ramosus). (No reliable references for these documents)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Eurytoma asphodeli) and (Eurytoma lecomtei) emerged

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) (new species) caught on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus)Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) (new species) caught on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus)Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) (new species) caught on Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) (new species) caught on

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) emerged on Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsuleEurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) emerged on Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsuleEurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) emerged on Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) emerged on Branched asphodel

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Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a

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Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus). 24 March 2014© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Emergence of the parasite Eurytomid (Bruchophagus abscedus) of a

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Eupelmid (Eupelmus kiefferi) emerged from a capsule of seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), 20.7.2013 - length without antennas and ovipositor 3.6 mm.Eupelmid (Eupelmus kiefferi) emerged from a capsule of seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), 20.7.2013 - length without antennas and ovipositor 3.6 mm.Eupelmid (Eupelmus kiefferi) emerged from a capsule of seeds of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus), 20.7.2013 - length without antennas and ovipositor 3.6 mm.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eupelmid (Eupelmus kiefferi) emerged from a capsule of seeds of

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus), emerged from capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus), emerged from capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus), emerged from capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus urozonus), emerged from capsule of

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Eurytomid (Aximopsis collina) hatched from Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule, 22 July 2013Eurytomid (Aximopsis collina) hatched from Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule, 22 July 2013Eurytomid (Aximopsis collina) hatched from Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule, 22 July 2013© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Aximopsis collina) hatched from Branched asphodel

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Eupelmid (Eupelmus vesicularis) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seedsEupelmid (Eupelmus vesicularis) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seedsEupelmid (Eupelmus vesicularis) emerged from a capsule of Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) seeds© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eupelmid (Eupelmus vesicularis) emerged from a capsule of

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Eurytomid (Aximopsid collina) layingEurytomid (Aximopsid collina) layingEurytomid (Aximopsid collina) laying© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Aximopsid collina) laying

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Shorter and rounder abdomen, slightly colored wingsEurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Shorter and rounder abdomen, slightly colored wingsEurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Shorter and rounder abdomen, slightly colored wings© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus theoi) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Abdomen short pointed, slightly brown wingsEurytomidae (Bruchophagus theoi) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Abdomen short pointed, slightly brown wingsEurytomidae (Bruchophagus theoi) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule, Abdomen short pointed, slightly brown wings© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus theoi) laying in a Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus) capsule. Note the wings without color and the abdomen more elongated than the new species Bruchophagus lecomtei.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus abscedus) laying in a Branched asphodel

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Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule (Asphodelus sp)© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Aximopsis collina) laying on Aspodel capsule

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed asphodel (Asphodelus fistulosus) capsule,© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomidae (Bruchophagus lecomtei) laying in a Hollow-stemmed

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. Length outside antennas: 4 mm. Gruissan, Occitania, FranceEurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. Length outside antennas: 4 mm. Gruissan, Occitania, FranceEurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. Length outside antennas: 4 mm. Gruissan, Occitania, France© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus). taking flightEurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus). taking flightEurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus). taking flight© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel

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Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.Eurytomid (Bruchophagus sp) in layers on Cherry Asphodel (Asphodelus cerasiferus) capsule. The ovipositor of the insect is partly embedded in the capsule. The diameter of the capsule is about 6 mm.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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