This tobacco hornworm has been parasitized by a wasp. The wasp laid its eggs inside the caterpillar. Now, the wasp larvae have emerged from the caterpillar and spun cocoons on its back. Soon, the adult wasps will emerge from the cocoons and repeat the cycle.
|Photo Location:||Champaign, Illinois, United States of America|
|Copyright:||© Brenda Rezk|