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UT student spends summer job chasing tiny wasps

UT student spends summer job chasing tiny wasps
Jay Falk inspects a tall reed resembling bamboo that grows abundantly along the banks of dry Shoal Creek and smiles when he sees tiny holes in one of the side shoots. It was here, he's sure: a nonstinging wasp close to his heart. In its larval stage, it lived inside the shoot and ate. Once it became an adult female, it bore a hole and exited, only to return shortly to lay eggs in another plant for the cycle to repeat itself. Read the full article here.
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