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English: Wasp of the Crabronidae family (Bembix oculata) feeding on a fly. It is common for many Bembix species, to use the exceptionally long labrum to suck the blood out of the prey before butchering it to feed the solid tissues to the larvae.
Français : Bembix oculata, une guêpe de la famille des Crabronidae, se nourrit d'une mouche.
Date August 2007
Source Own work
Author Alvesgaspar


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