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  • Scoliid Wasp


    *Thanks to Wikipedia Scoliid Wasps (Scoliidae) contain more than 500 species of this grouping.  The females are always looking out for the larvae of scarab beetles in order to parylize it with it's sting, then laying a single egg on the larvae for it's young to devour before emerging as an adult wasp.