Newfound cuckoo wasp species mimics other insects’ “language” to raise and feed its young

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(Natural News) European researchers discovered a new species of cuckoo wasps in Norway’s Lista peninsula. The newfound species is nearly identical and behaves similary to another kind of cuckoo wasps, Chrysis brevitarsis, making it difficult to distinguish them from each other. Both are parasitic wasps that leech off other insects to feed their young. In a paper published in the journal Insect…
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