Vespula vulgaris

In summer, male drones travel great distances in search of proteins to feed their shiny, white squirming larvae. Their work is a frantic, compulsive toil, and a poet may explain this as the only response to a fast approaching death. The males never survive even a single winter. Only the inseminated queen curls up, motionless,… Read More Vespula vulgaris

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