Woodwasp Print

£15.00Price

Woodwasp: They're sometimes called 'Giant Horntails' for obvious reasons. The female Great Wood Wasp has a long pointed tube at the back of her body, and this is usually mistaken for a stinging organ. In fact it's an ovipositor, which she uses to lay her eggs in the trunks of coniferous trees. Despite their slightly fearsome appearance, these insects are quite harmless.

 

230gsm Archival Mat Paper

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