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- Megarhyssa macrurus (common name giant ichneumon wasp), is a species of large ichneumon wasp.It is a parasitoid, notable for its extremely long ovipositor...
- Megarhyssa mirabilis Megarhyssa nortoni Megarhyssa obtusa Megarhyssa perlata Megarhyssa praecellens Megarhyssa recava Megarhyssa rixator Megarhyssa rotundamacula...
- Megarhyssa atrata is a species of large ichneumon wasp. It is known from North America, where it is found from Quebec, Michigan, Ohio and North and South...
- Megarhyssa nortoni (common name western giant ichneumon) is a species of large ichneumon wasp. Megarhyssa nortoni is black, reddish brown, and yellow...
- Megarhyssa greenei is a species of large ichneumon wasps. It is known from the United States and Canada. It is very similar in appearance to Megarhyssa...
- and so do some species of long-horned gr****hoppers. In the wasp genus Megarhyssa, the females have a slender ovipositor (terebra) several inches long that...
- larvae feed on dead and dying trees such as beech, elm, maple, and oak. Megarhyssa macrurus is the natural enemy of this species. It s****s out the larvae...
- are slender, and the females of many species (particularly in the genus Megarhyssa) have extremely long ovipositors for laying eggs. The ichneumonid wasps...
- of the Atlas beetle Chalcosoma atlas. The female giant ichneumon wasp Megarhyssa macrurus is 12.5 centimetres (5 in) long including its very long but slender...
- Megarhyssa macrurus (Ichneumonidae), a parasitoid, ovipositing into its host through the wood of a tree. The body of a female is c. 2 inches (50 mm) long...
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