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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its eggs on the nuts, whose maggots eat the husks and nuts.Female with her ovipositor released.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Parasitic fly of nuts (Rhagoletis completa). This insect lays its

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

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Parasitic wasp (Eupelmus kiefferi) emerged from a seed capsule of

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Body ovipositor SawFly ; Rheinberg illumination, 40 x Canon EOS450D 12 million pixels. Body ovipositor SawFlyBody ovipositor SawFly ; Rheinberg illumination, 40 x Canon EOS450D 12 million pixels. © Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Body ovipositor SawFly ; Rheinberg illumination, 40 x Canon

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Body ovipositor SawFly ; Lighting in polarized light, 30 x Canon EOS 450D 12 million pixels. Body ovipositor SawFlyBody ovipositor SawFly ; Lighting in polarized light, 30 x Canon EOS 450D 12 million pixels. © Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Body ovipositor SawFly ; Lighting in polarized light, 30 x Canon

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Body ovipositor FlyBody ovipositor FlyBody ovipositor Fly© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Body ovipositor Fly

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Ovipositor a Olive fruit FlyOvipositor a Olive fruit FlyOvipositor a Olive fruit Fly© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ovipositor a Olive fruit Fly

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in thisFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy FranceFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in this© Samuel Dhier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in thisFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy FranceFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in this© Samuel Dhier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in thisFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy FranceFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in this© Samuel Dhier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in thisFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy FranceFemale giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic wasp larvae-eating insects, standing on a dead tree trunk within which it, detecting the presence of a larva, sink auger its ovipositor through the woods to reach it, and lay their eggs and larvae in this© Samuel Dhier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Female giant ichneumon on a dead trunk Picardy France ; parasitic

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Female Mediterranean fruit Fly ovipositor ; The adults lay under the skin of fruit. The larva develops in the flesh fruit. Species native of Africa that have invaded the Mediterranean basin. Has been introduced anywhere in the world by food and fruit transport.Female Mediterranean fruit Fly ovipositorFemale Mediterranean fruit Fly ovipositor ; The adults lay under the skin of fruit. The larva develops in the flesh fruit. Species native of Africa that have invaded the Mediterranean basin. Has been introduced anywhere in the world by food and fruit transport.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Female Mediterranean fruit Fly ovipositor ; The adults lay under

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Male Mediterranean fruit Fly in dorsal view and ovipositor ; The adults lay under the skin of fruit. The larva develops in the flesh fruit. Species native of Africa that have invaded the Mediterranean basin. Has been introduced anywhere in the world by food and fruit transport.Male Mediterranean fruit Fly in dorsal view and ovipositorMale Mediterranean fruit Fly in dorsal view and ovipositor ; The adults lay under the skin of fruit. The larva develops in the flesh fruit. Species native of Africa that have invaded the Mediterranean basin. Has been introduced anywhere in the world by food and fruit transport.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Male Mediterranean fruit Fly in dorsal view and ovipositor ; The

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Ovipositor a Fly femaleOvipositor a Fly femaleOvipositor a Fly female© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ovipositor a Fly female

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Ovipositor a Fly femaleOvipositor a Fly femaleOvipositor a Fly female© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ovipositor a Fly female

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Ovipositor a fly femaleOvipositor a fly femaleOvipositor a fly female© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ovipositor a fly female

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Trichogramme laying in an egg of MothTrichogramme laying in an egg of MothTrichogramme laying in an egg of Moth© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trichogramme laying in an egg of Moth

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Trichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flour ; @ Parasitoid. <br>This insect will lay its eggs using its ovipositor in all eggs of the butterflies of the family of the “bee moths” which it will find. Note that this young does not have yet his unfolded wings but  lays already. To note the ovipositor between the legs, shining because there is secretion of a liquid at the time of the laying. Length of the insect : 0,8 mm.Trichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flourTrichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flour ; @ Parasitoid.
This insect will lay its eggs using its ovipositor in all eggs of the butterflies of the family of the “bee moths” which it will find. Note that this young does not have yet his unfolded wings but lays already. To note the ovipositor between the legs, shining because there is secretion of a liquid at the time of the laying. Length of the insect : 0,8 mm.
© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flour ; @

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Trichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flour ; @ Parasitoid. <br>This insect will lay its eggs using its ovipositor in all eggs of the butterflies of the family of the “snout moths” which it will find. Note that this young does not have yet his unfolded wings but  lays already. To note the ovipositor between the legs, shining because there is secretion of a liquid at the time of the laying. Length of the insect : 0,8 mm.Trichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flourTrichogramma laying in an egg of Moth of the flour ; @ Parasitoid.
This insect will lay its eggs using its ovipositor in all eggs of the butterflies of the family of the “snout moths” which it will find. Note that this young does not have yet his unfolded wings but lays already. To note the ovipositor between the legs, shining because there is secretion of a liquid at the time of the laying. Length of the insect : 0,8 mm.
© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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