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English: A paper wasp (Polistes dominulus) with a bubble of regurgitated fluid in its mouth


English: A European paper wasp ( Polistes dominulus) with a bubble of regurgitated fluid.
Français : Une guêpe ( Polistes dominulus) avec une goute d'eau
Date March 2008 (2 March 2008, according to EXIF data)
Source Own work
Author Alvesgaspar


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