A jaw-dropping sight, but in the best possible taste – Irish Times
June 18th, 2012 | by Nancy Hearne
ANOTHER LIFE: ‘TINY WASPS ARE known whose larvae parasitize the larvae of still other kinds of wasps that live inside the bodies of the caterpillars of certain species of moths that feed on certain kinds of plants that live on other plants.”
Edward O Wilson offered this tangle in The Diversity of Life as an ultimate in customised dependence among the myriad parasites of nature.
They include, of course, the large community of organisms – skin mites, bacteria, fungi and sometimes worms and lice – adapted to live on or in the human body………Irish Times…..16/06/12…….Read full article…..
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