Pseudo Nymph of Sitaris Humeralis

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“When the male bees have built the cells and furnished them with honey, the female, as we know, deposits in each an egg. Immediately the larvae of the Sitaris let themselves fall onto these eggs, open them and suck their contents. Then they change their skin, and the second larva appears.”


Hazlitt Alva Cuppy PH.D., Editor Beauties and Wonders of Land and Sea (Springfield, OH: Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, 1895)


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