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Images Dated 5th February 2008

Choose from 23 pictures in our Images Dated 5th February 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Two Paper Wasps - tend cells on their comb'-like nest. The wasps build a single vertical comb from wood pulp mixed with saliva, and hang it from a stalk Featured 5 Feb 2008 Print

Two Paper Wasps - tend cells on their comb'-like nest. The wasps build a single vertical comb from wood pulp mixed with saliva, and hang it from a stalk

EL-1943
Two Paper Wasps - tend cells on their comb'-like nest. The wasps build a single vertical comb from wood pulp mixed with saliva, and hang it from a stalk.
Common in tropical and eastern Australia, one species to Victoria.
Ropaldia revolutionalis
This can be up to 20cm in length and usually has a double row of adjacent cells, each containing a single egg. The larva is fed on chewed-up caterpillars and the cell is sealed when the larva is ready to pupate. Small numbers of combs are built adjacent to one another as the colony expands, and they are usually placed low among the leaves of shrubs, or under the eaves of houses. / Body length to 12mm; one comb has up to 50 cells.
Eric Lindgren
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© Eric Lindgren / ardea.com

Kea - in flight about to land on the ground showing off its colourful red and blue coloured feathers Featured 5 Feb 2008 Print

Kea - in flight about to land on the ground showing off its colourful red and blue coloured feathers

SAS-721
Kea - in flight about to land on the ground showing off its colourful red and blue coloured feathers
Fjordland National Park, South Island, New Zealand
Nestor notabilis
The Kea is the only mountain parrot in the world. It is endemic to New Zealand and inhabits only the high elevated mountains of the South Island. It is very cheeky and intelligent and has only nonsense in its head.
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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© Steffen & Alexandra Sailer/ardea.com