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1350-653 - A bush cricket on a Rosmary plant. The atrophied wings of Ephippiger species are unfit to flight and only used for the emission of sounds. This one has some parasitic mites on it
832-381230 - Eye, Southern right whale (Eubalaena australis), skin growths with Barnacles (Balanidae) and whale louses (Cyamus), Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia, Argentina, South America
1116-39714 - These two parasitic mollusks, Thyca crystallina, are growing on the host starfish, Linckia laevigata. This parasitic shell only attaches to this species of starfish, into which it burrows and sucks up nutrients, Philippines
1116-39719 - A Slender Spongegoby (Phyllogobius platycephalops) and two different species of crabs. Attached to the goby are several parasites with egg cases, that will likely prove fatal over time. Many species live on the convuluted surface of this sponge, Philippin
1116-39735 - The strings hanging off the dorsal fin of this Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) are parasitic copepods. Photographed just breaking the surface off Guadalupe Island, Mexico
983-155 - shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, with parasitic copepods, very aggressive and the fastest swimmer of all shark species, off San Diego, California, East Pacific Ocean
983-89 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, spyhopping, large adult female showing well-developed parasitic acorn barnacles attached under chin, Cornula diaderma, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
989-3 - Parasite fly or Tachinid fly (Cylindromyia bicolor) feeding on Wild angelica (Angelica sylvestris) umbel flowers, Corsica, France. MORE INFO: Parasite fly or Tachinid fly family Tachinidae, plant family Apiaceae.
83-12404 - A large male Black Ctenosaur (Iguana negra) with parasitic ticks, a lizard species endemic to Central and South America, Nosara, Nicoya Peninsula, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica, Central America
817-206843 - Leaf-cutter ants, order Hymenoptera, family Formicidae, carrying leaf fragments back to their nest The small ant riding on the leaf is called a Minim, which protects the worker carrying the leaf from aerial attacks of parasitic flies of the family P
817-201651 - Ichneumon wasp (Megarhyssa spp) laying an egg through its ovipositor into a pigeon horntail wasp (Tremex columba) larval tunnel on a dead American elm tree (Ulmus americana)
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