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originally posted by: TNMockingbird
It is really interesting!
I searched and in laymen's terms it appears that it's larvae get inside a spider's egg sacs, feeds upon the eggs, then "hatch" from said egg.
I wonder if the female spider is aware of this?
originally posted by: skunkape23
Cool. Never heard of them. It appears to be mimicking a hornet. When his arms are retracted they look like eyes and mandibles.