Scientists discover tiny ride-hitching wasp

07/30/2013 | National Geographic News

Researchers have discovered a new species of wasp that rides on the bellies of damselflies and lays its eggs on the eggs of the larger insects. "I've got 25 years of experience doing this, and when I looked at these things I didn't know what family they belonged to," said Andrew Polaszek of the Division of Terrestrial Invertebrates at the Natural History Museum in London, and the study's co-author.

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