Newly discovered wasps prey on ant-eating spiders

02/5/2013 | Our Amazing Planet

Researchers discovered two parasitic wasp species capable of attacking ant-eating spiders. The wasps, found in Portugal, were detailed in the journal ZooKeys, and are known for devouring spiders shortly after hatching, then using the spider's nest as a home while developing into adults.

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