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This is how parasitism in plants and insects works

A wasp larva growing inside a tree tumor. That's one of the many types of parasitism carried out by insects. 🌳🐛

29/03/2019 07:14updated: 26/06/2019 14:26

45 comments

  • Jim C.
    3 days

    Very interesting! B.

  • Ruchi J.
    3 days

    Amazing

  • Zach B.
    4 days

    Burn down the trees

  • Marta S.
    4 days

    I'm studying gardening and cannot express how much this grosses me out.

  • Rhys P.
    4 days

    remember what I was telling you about the wasps 😄

  • Agostìna R.
    4 days

    0€

  • Faud S.
    5 days

    just like bot flies in humans

  • Hopereborn C.
    5 days

    Nice one

  • Mark A.
    5 days

    Before I thought it was a fruit then I ate it,. Then suddenly now I watched this. I start to vommit🤢

  • Nael A.
    5 days

    سبحان الله

  • Sreyasi M.
    5 days

    I scare

  • Sakuntala M.
    5 days

    So interesting!

  • Vincent '.
    5 days

    Proof there is no god xD

  • Efren M.
    5 days

    If the tree isn't harmed isn't that commensalism?

  • DrMohd K.
    5 days

    Alhamdulillah

  • Herma P.
    6 days

    Luv This....

  • Olga B.
    6 days

    I think the correct term should be commensalism, not parasitism because the plant doesn't get sick. This is the same as the symbiosis between Remoras and Sharks

  • John E.
    6 days

    What this remarkable video does not tell you is that there are parasitic species of wasp which lay their eggs on the gall wasp larvae eggs inside the galls.

  • Timo K.
    6 days

    God is amazing

  • Seeta P.
    6 days

    The fruit fly is a huge menace

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