New wasp species discoveries on Texel island


This video is called Insects & Bugs: How Are Wasp Nests Made?

Warden Erik van der Spek on Texel in the Netherlands reports that two wasp species, new for the island, were discovered there recently.

Ectemnius lapidarius was found in the coastal sand dunes.

Tiphia minuta, another wasp species, was found in the Muy nature reserve on Texel.

Buiten Muy: here.

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