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  • Clover root weevil and a parasitoid wasp laying it's egg.
    Rights: Dr Trevor James, AgResearch Published 2 November 2007 Size: 1000 KB Referencing Hub media

    Parasitoid wasps lay their eggs in insects. When the larvae hatch, they kill the insect by eating it from the inside out.

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