× Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask a question
  
  
Top Posters
Since Sunday
11
4
4
m
4
l
3
M
3
j
3
P
3
t
3
S
3
c
3
r
3
New Topic  
Danni Poat Danni Poat
wrote...
Posts: 1
Rep: 0 0
4 weeks ago
The tiny wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae lays its eggs inside the egg masses of gypsy moths. When the wasp larvae hatch, they burrow into the gypsy moth caterpillars and eat them from the inside. When they have completed their development, the adult wasps emerge from the bodies of the moth caterpillars, killing them in the process. While this relationship has several of the characteristics of parasitism, it is more properly classified as
Read 97 times
1 Reply

Related Topics

Replies
wrote...
Educator
4 weeks ago
https://biology-forums.com/index.php?topic=33928.0.msg95426#msg95426 The answer's here!
New Topic      
Explore
Post your homework questions and get free online help from our incredible volunteers
  419 People Browsing
 1052 Signed Up Today
Your Opinion
Which 'study break' activity do you find most distracting?
Votes: 276

Related Images
 168
 150
 63