iNat user hannah_montag came across this Common Slowworm (Anguis fragilis) hanging with a Barred Grass #Snake (Natrix helvetica) - as well as some woodlice - it's our more-than-#TwoferTuesday Observation of the Day! Seen in the #UK.
More details at: inaturalist.org/observations/1…
Fabby morning out with my little ones using the Seek app from @inaturalist - great fun taking pictures of plants/ trees, finding out what they are & learning all about them! Great fun learning in the sunshine! #nature#children#learning#GoTrace ☀️☀️♥️
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The nature of the larval interaction is unknown, but the behavior by the Watshamiella wasp is thought to be an adaptation that reduces its oviposition time and obviates the need for specialized structures for drilling a hole. Amazing! 4/4
On the right is a Sycoscapter cornutus wasp ovipositing into a fig fruiting body. On the left is a Watshamiella alata wasp, waiting for the first wasp to finish. She'll then use the hole made by the first wasp to oviposit her own egg into the plant! 2/4
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