Study evaluates coloring evolution in white velvet ant, who is actually a wasp

As we cross the arid southwest of the United States, se ven kilómetros y kilómetros de arbustos de creosota. Well adapted to the warm and thirsty landscape, the evergreen shrub, also known as greasewood, chaparral and governor, produce mechones de cápsulas de fruta blanca y esponjosa. Among plants live similar insects, fluffy and white, difficult to distinguish from fruit, who are, In fact, a kind of wasps known as velvet ants with thistle.

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