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Rose leaf-cutter bee (Megachile nipponica nipponica)
Rose leaf-cutter bee (Megachile nipponica nipponica), egg laid on so-called bee loaf of saliva, pollen and nectar, in a nest of cut leaves. The bee will fill the nest with eggs and seal it with chewed leaves. The bee loaf will provide nourishment for the larvae until they mature and gnaw their way out. Japan
Spider-hunting wasp (Auplopus carbonarius)
Spider-hunting wasp (Auplopus carbonarius), female beginning to build the first barrel-shaped cell of its nest in which it will store spiders for its larvae to eat. There will perhaps be as many as ten of these, each stocked with one spider that may have its legs amputated to carry or drag to the nest. Origin: western Europe, introduced to USA
Asiatic honey bee (Apis cerana japonica)
Asiatic honey bee (Apis cerana japonica), wrapping a Japan giant hornet (Vespa simillima xanthoptera) in a bee ball. The hornets can be highly destructive in a hive of bees so if a scout hornet enters, a mob of bees surrounds it, incapacitating it and heating it by vibrating their flight muscles and raising the level of carbon dioxide; the hornet dies. Japan