Fig Wasp Story

Fig Wasp Story


In nature, interactions among organisms
take many forms, and can have either positive or negative effects on the individuals involved. Competition is a type of interaction where
both individuals are negatively impacted because they are fighting for the same resource,
such as habitat or nutrients. Predation is a form of competition in which
one individual benefits while the other is harmed. The predator feeds and the prey… well, it
dies, when the predator is successful. Parasitism is a specialized form of predation,
where a larger organism is the host of a much smaller and sinister tenant. Parasites thrive
at the expense of the host. They have quicker They have quicker generation times and are
specialists, so most live their entire lives within a host. Mutualism is a relationship where both organisms
benefit from each other. Plants often recruit insects, to participate in a contract that
provides food in exchange for pollination. However, mutualism may share many characteristics
with parasitism, as is the case of obligate mutualism. Here,
instead of one thriving at the expense of the other neither can survive or reproduce without the
other. This is the definitive case of the fig tree
and the fig wasp. The fig is not a fruit, but a hollow garden
of flowers. A female fig wasp has laid her eggs and pollinated the flowers, which have
now reached maturity. The fig is a nursery, it has cared for the
future wasps by protecting them within its galls. The male wasps mature early. Wingless and
almost blind, they are the first to emerge from their galls. Then their essential ritual
begins, as he mates while the female is still in her gall, ensuring she has everything she
needs to produce eggs when she reaches maturity. Soon thereafter the females emerge. They look
very different, with antennae and large eyes, powerful wings
and a long ovipositor. They are not built to be enclosed, they are
meant to be free. They don’t have much time, for the fruit ripens
as soon as the galls are empty. Male wasps cut stamens and offer the pollen
to the females, which they take as a parting gift. Finally, the males proceed to dig a tunnel
to set the females free. They briefly witness the light of day in their
dying moments, while the females fly towards their quest
for another fig. The fig left behind rapidly ripens, which
attracts animals that will eat them and disperse their seeds.
This is the legacy of the wasp; she provides the pollination that completes the fig`s reproduction. Female wasps have very short lives and to
cope with this and the risk of missing out on pollination, fig trees randomly fruit throughout the year. And so the pollen-laden wasp reaches an immature
fig. But her journey is far from over; ahead lies the greatest challenge of her brief
life. Clawing and squeezing her way through the
gate her wings and antennae are ripped from her.
She makes the ultimate sacrifice, as the final push to enter bursts her abdomen. In an epic struggle between sacrifice and
survival, the mother wasp crawls through the narrow labyrinth towards the inner chamber. She is wounded
and weak, carrying only her eggs and the pollen gift of the former fig. If the wasp fails to pollinate the flowers,
no seeds will ever develop. Fig fruits with no future are costly to the tree, so they
will not receive an inflow of nutrients. If the wasp does not pollinate, the entire
fig may be aborted. However, if she devotes herself to pollination
as well as laying eggs, she ensures the fig will hold the promise of seeds. The tree will
pump sugars and nutrients into the fig, securing the future of seeds and larvae alike. When
they mature and leave, the fig will ripen, thus completing the cycle of mutual benefit
that has existed for millions of years. After so much effort, she finally reaches
the nursery to complete her mission. The pollen she carries will ensure the fig remains, and
so will her developing offspring. Struggling, she lays her eggs with her ovipositor
into receptive flowers. Finally, she unpacks her gift of pollen and
fertilizes the fig. After perpetuating the relationship, she lays
down in her grave of flowers. She has ensured life continues beyond her;
the tree will care for her young alongside its own developing seeds. In time, some seeds will grow into centennial
trees, and somewhere, out there, a mother wasp looks
for a fig. And so the mutual cycle starts anew.

Woman Lived With Cockroach In Her Ear For 9 Days

Woman Lived With Cockroach In Her Ear For 9 Days


Is this real life right now these things just
freak me out. Just imagine if you found out you had one
in your ear and doctors cant take it out for 9 days. I would be freaking out and would for sure
need medication to calm down. Hows it going Youtube I am landon Dowlatsingh
and this is where I talk about the news or anything else trending in the world. And make sure to stay till the end of this
video because I will be replying to all of your questions from the last video. Ok this right here is Katie Holley who woke
up one day with strange pain in her ear. So she investigated it to see if she can find
something and she actually discovered two coachroach legs poking out from her ear. Her husband tried to remove it with tweezers
but the cochroach would just wiggle deeper in the ear canal. Katie was taken to the hospital to have the
coachroach removed from her ear canal. Later that day an ear, nose, and throat specialist
managed to removed the cochroachs entire head, upper tose and ramining limbs and its antennae
in pieces. When everyone thought it was all removed Katie
still felt something in her ear and guess what 9 days later she had 6 more pieces of
coachroach still stuck in her ear. This next story is pretty messed up and its
becoming to common. A woman in her 20s in London was doused by
acid. Police and Fire fighters were called onto
the scene and you can see fire fighters hoseing down this woman and trying to stop her from
burning. Police right now are hunting for a man who
is believed to have carried out the targeted attack and fled. People took it to twitter to say this. Feel physically sick after walking past a
poor innocent person getting hosed down by firefighters after being caught in the middle
of an acid fight in Brixton. So scary that this can happen on our doorstep. Hope they are okay. Moving on to 13 yr old Trenton McKinley who
was involved in a very serious accident. Trenton was playing with his friends in March
in a trailer being pulled by a dune buggy. Well his friend suddenly slammed on the breaks
and the trailer Trenton was in flipped over and slammed his head into the concrete. He was rushed to the emergency room at USA
Medical Centre where doctors told his parents that he had seven skull fractures and he would
most likely be in a vegetative state where he can be kept alive by machines. Imagine this happens, someone you know or
love goes into a vegtable state what do you do. Do you keep that person alive or do you pull
the plug I would feel like I am killing that person if I pull that plug it’s a very taught
situation. Trentons parents were in this predicament. Trenton was declared brain dead, and was barley
breathing. His parents actually made theheart-breaking
decision to donate his organs to children in need of transplants. 5 kids actually needed organs that matched
him. The parents also said it was unfair to keep
bringing him back because it was just damaging his organs even more. So the parents were thinking about the kids
there son can save. The day before Trenton was meant to be taken
off of life support he began to show signs of brain activity. A miracle happens and Trenton woke up from
his coma. He has had 3 brain surgeries so far and was
finally allowed to go home. His life is for sure different now but its
insane this kid was just a day away from getting his power pulled and all the machines turned
off. Right now Tesla has been having a ton of problem. They are so backed up in production and by
the time every get there self driving cars all the other car companies will catch up
to Tesla. I mean they are already catching up with self
parking vechiles and lane assistance where you don’t need your hands completely on
the wheel. People are predicting that Tesla wont be the
innovators anymore. Well Elon Musk the CEo of Tesla believes in
his company so much he just bought shared worth close to 10 million dollars. That’s about 33,000 Tesla shares. I think these days its hard to bet into the
car industry. If Tesla doesn’t work out maybe we should
be investing in Uber. They seem to be the innovative ones. Nasa has been working with Uber to create
Uber in the Sky which is a Taxi and delivery service. Nasa is ensuring they will be the first ones
to dominate the air. So imagine ordering Uber Eats and it takes
just seconds to be delivered to you. There might soon be thousands of drones flying
in the sky delivering food, or packages. And also Uber has been working for a long
time on uber self driving cars or helicopters that can transport people to destinations
very quickly. The future seems to be here right now. A huge fortnite update, Thanas has just arrived
in the game. I have more updates on the Team 10 situation. Team 10 was a team create by Jake Paul and
has grown to become one of the most successful youtube squads. Well it seems to be un-folding under Jake
and his empire seems to be fading away. We all know CEO England is my city Nick Crompton
has stepped down. Chance & Anthony has also decide to quit team
10. These were Jake Pauls best friend. Tessa Brooks has also left and I might have
the reason why this is all happening. There has been a management shift in the company
and everyone is hating it. Apparently Jake Pauls dad Greg Paul has taken
over Jakes business and Logans business and for the past month Greg Paul audited both
companies and realize a lot of money is being spent in the company so Greg decide to cut
a ton of expenses. He fired some editors and other employees
in the company. CEO Nick Crompton doesn’t like this direction
of the business, and it seems to be rubbing people the wrong way. There are other reports saying that Greg Paul
might be fusing Jake & Logans businesses together to just make one super company. I am not sure that would be the best deicison. Well it seems like the Youtubers who quit
team 10 might have another job working with another massive Youtuber Faze banks. He took it to twitter to say this. Got open rooms for all you guys @TheNickCrompton
@imchancesutton @ImTessaBrooks Right now Jake paul has been losing a ton
of views. Hes still making millions but his company
seems to be going into the wrong direction. Instead gaining 6-7 million views a day on
Youtube he is gaining 2-3 million. I really hope Jake figures his company out
and hopefully hiring his dad can work out for him if not I hope he has the guts to fire
his dad. As soon as they hired him things seem to quickly fall apart.

Dancing Cockroach Meme Compilation

Dancing Cockroach Meme Compilation


change da world
my final message
goodbye when a parents tell you no
you need to respect that
who is this guy who is this guy no no no and I’m kanye west

Hairy Flower Wasp – Australian Wasp | Short Documentary

Hairy Flower Wasp – Australian Wasp | Short Documentary


The Hairy Flower Wasp is native to Australia and can be identified by their purple-bluish shinny wings, black body and short antennae. The adult Hairy Flower Wasp often feeds on nectar They are often seen flying just above ground level around compost heaps, wood heaps and decaying tree stumps. Being strong burrowers the female Hairy Flower Wasp searches for beetle larva to lay their eggs. First the beetle larva are stung and paralyze, the female lays her eggs and when the baby wasps are hatched they feeds on the beetle larva. The Hairy Flower Wasp can administer a nasty sting. However they are quit placid and not aggressive, unless provoked.

What If Cockroaches Went Extinct?


cockroaches they’re pretty gross right
the thought of lying asleep at night and not realizing that a cockroach has just
crawled at the wall and across your face is nightmare fuel enough and its reason
for the innate human reaction to keep cockroaches out of our homes after all
they’re pests for a reason and an entire industry has been built around making
sure that these little critters don’t linger in our bathrooms and kitchens
comfortably enough but what if that same industry went too far what if they
reached maximum efficiency and killed every cockroach ever
what if cockroaches went extinct let’s find out hello Internet what’s going on
and once again welcome back to the most acquisitive channel on YouTube life’s
biggest questions as per usual I’ll be oldest emotive floating voice Jack Finch
as today we curiously ask the question what if cockroaches were next inked
wrote it for the curious amongst you of course
that clip was from 1997’s men in black starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith
and you know what we’re gonna say don’t you if there ever was any reason to
hypothetically ponder on why we should turn cockroaches toward extinction it’s
in the potential of an alien cockroach based species that could hijack an
unassuming farmer and clamber around in his skin soup because yeah hey guys are
that saying that’s pretty horrifying and whilst being a pretty poignant visual
depiction for this life’s biggest question it’s also a reassuring reminder
that thankfully for us real-life cockroaches are far less terrifying than
their men in black counterparts so what’s all the fuss about them what
drives as human beings to be so squeamish when faced with these little
bug guys we have to ask ourselves the question what sets them apart from their
insectoid brethren flies bees even spiders which we can relatively tolerate
in our own homes you see we fear cockroaches on a
completely different level we fear that one cockroach is only indicative of a
wider infestation and the sight of them instead heralds a hive of cockroaches
burrowed deep within our walls we humans are in fact a relatively
sanitary species for the most part and scoping site of a cockroach strikes the
same fear in us that our house is dirty enough to sustain them and then
obviously we get to the whole cockroach scurrying across our faces whilst we
sleep thing and also you know burrowing in is because yeah that can happen and
yeah now I feel a little bit queasy the thing is we should have this fear
historically cockroaches are indicative of spreading disease and the sight of
them particularly in environments such as hospitals and kitchens is generally a
very bad thing cockroaches can passively transport pathogenic microbes on their
body surfaces and are widely linked with allergic reactions in human beings
primarily being asthma down to the tropomyosin protein that they carry on
their backs as well as bacterial diseases such as Salmonella and Shigella
but the thing is we need to wind this whole thing back a little bit because
when we’re talking about cockroaches as pests really we only mean four specific
species the German cockroach the you can cockroach the Australian
cockroach and the oriental cockroach you see astonishingly there are over 4,600
species of the humble cockroach of about 30 of which are associated with human
habitats and only four of which are the stereotypical pests that we find in our
homes the others well they’re an integral part of our ecosystem they’re
living it up in cockroach paradise out in the wild places of the planet free
from being stamped by a boot on a dirty kitchen floor the Madagascar hissing
cockroach the Indian Domino cockroach the australian giant burrowing cockroach
countless numbers of inquisitive and ingenious insectoid creations but in the
parameters of this life’s biggest question we’re not only getting rid of
the cockroach that we consider pests but these several thousand species that are
widely inoffensive forever all of them gone never to return to this planet that
we call earth ever again and once that may sound like a great
thing for all of you cockroach haters out there it’s really not and in classic
lbq fashion the extinction of all of the cockroaches on earth would likely spell
the collapse of our planet’s entire ecosystem all right okay I am joking in
this regard our planet could indeed survive this horrifyingly mundane
debacle but it would have incredible consequences and it would be
touch-and-go as to how long it took the planet to return to relative equilibrium
following the cockroaches tragic departure also the extinction of any
species is a sad moment in this brief universal experience that we all share
and it goes without saying but the main mechanics of this eco collapse would be
down to one function and one function alone cockroaches for many other species
are food and as any species that just had their food source hypothetically
vanished away we’ll find things get very interesting
when there’s nothing left to eat worldwide cockroaches are a significant
food source for many birds and small mammals mainly being mice and rats
now although none of these animals are solely reliant on cockroaches for food
obviously any small diminish in a reliable food source only spells bad
things for the hungry and the knock-on effect of more mice and rats dying off
would further impact the species that in turn
prey on them wild cats coyotes wolves a huge amount of reptiles as well as
and other birds of prey and not only that but cockroaches in the world play
an integral role to the delicate biogeochemical balance of our atmosphere
in the nitrogen cycle which is of an utmost importance to our planet
particularly if we apply the increasingly disastrous effects of
climate change to the equation because anything that makes growing more trees
difficult is indeed a very bad thing you see most species of cockroaches that
occur in the wild feed on decaying organic matter found within the forest
floor the vast majority of this decaying organic matter traps a boatload of
nitrogen and by feeling on this matter the cockroaches in turn release that
nitrogen the next time they take a poo and then in turn again that ends up
being released into the soil and used by plants to maintain a healthy forest
obviously getting rid of all of these vitally important cockroaches would have
a massively adverse effect on the health of our planet’s forests and in turn all
of the species that live in them so you know what we served the extinction of
cockroaches probably wouldn’t spell the end of the world yeah maybe we should
rethink that whole statement the thing is though could we even cause the
extinction of all cockroaches on this planet I mean there are pre hardy
species either way is often suggested that cockroaches will inherit the earth
if our species is ever foolish enough to destroy ourselves in a nuclear war and
whilst that urban legend has been widely taken off hand the substance behind it
is rooted in a hard truth cockroaches are pretty metal individuals and they
certainly wouldn’t take extinction lying down hypothetical or otherwise so the
next time you think about stamping on a cockroach as it scuttles beneath your
fridge think about these thousands of species out in the wild saving our
planet one nitrate-rich poo at a time now that we have it our long and short
answer to the question what if cockroaches went extinct what do you
guys think do you agree disagree have any cockroach based in sight of your own
then let us know your thoughts down in the comment section below as well as any
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TOUS les CODES 2019 sur BEE SWARM SIMULATOR DE ROBLOX

TOUS les CODES 2019 sur BEE SWARM SIMULATOR DE ROBLOX


hello everyone here Tristehiver for a new episode of bee swarm simulator and today I’m going to you
talk about codes, let’s do a little listing of all codes that are
currently active, currently active and that are relatively very very useful
for new players, for veterans, necessarily, you have them
certainly at one time already returned, but it is true that there are many
players who ask for the codes so I will give them to you and I will
notify them on the screen as and when as I go to say them. So a
little thing before starting it is important to perform a small
because there are codes that work with the bee swarm simulator club,
so if you are not registered at the beeswarm club simulator I recommend you
to go so before to launch the game, on the site
roblox, you have a small bar of search at the top, so you type
bee swarm simulator and you go look for this one in group and you
go do from there select the group bee
swarm simulator club and then you simply join him,
thanks to that you will be able to use the little dispencers who are at stake
here and elsewhere in the red qg, blue, etc, and above all you will be able
use codes, that bee swarm club simulator gives, quite simply, so it is important to do it, it will simplify
your experience at stake, that’s it, so the codes where are we going?
well, we go to system, here, the little one icon there, we open it, and we’ll be able to
go into promo code, so you go enter the code I will already give you,
the first one is 38217, you see you notify it here and you do
redeem, you see below me that mark that I have already retrieved the code 38217 but for you, that will add you five tickets, all right, so that’s it
first code so 38217, it adds five tickets, then we have other types
of codes, we have the BOPMASTER, so no matter how it is written, it
there is no capital at least you can write them without uppercase so
BOPMASTER, as it is written on the screen, it gives you five
tickets, then we have another code that’s the same, it will give you 5000
honey, so that’s good at first when you start, you type this code for 5000 honey, it’s good to take, it’s the BUZZ code, for carry on So we have the COG code, which will give you five tickets then a little aside, all these
tickets there that you’re going to get via these codes and all tickets in general,
keep them as I already said in other videos it is imperative that
you want to keep to simplify your gaming experience afterwards,
thanks to these tickets there you go can buy great bee d’event,
so keep them. We continue on the code next CONNOISSEUR, so like that
is written on the screen, there you gives five tickets, the next code is
CRAWLERS, that you gives five tickets. In passing all these
codes there you will be able to use them in a row, however, afterwards I
will give you codes then it will not be necessary to use them
in a row and I will explain why it’s because it will
give you boosters on the fields and these boosters on the fields, it lasts
15 minutes if you use them all in a row, in fact, you’re going to have some field boosters everywhere and it’s going
to be useful but it will be useful during 15 minutes only and after 15
minutes all the boosters you’re going to have they’ll go away, so it’s
rather interesting to use the one by one, ie you are going
to use a specific code, that I’m going to give you and then you go so
use this booster on this field during 15 minutes
and once this booster disappears you will be able to use another
code that will give you a new another booster, it really allows you to
take full advantage of the boosters and to gain a lot of honey, we take again on the following code so I told you crawlers for
5 tickets now we go to NECTAR, nectar
it’s a great code for beginners since that will give you 5000
honey so NECTAR like it’s pronounced then we go to code ROOF, then roof it gives you five tickets too,
it’s always good to take all these tickets, frankly, on departure
it’s really interesting because you will be able to accumulate very
quickly so keep them you will be able to have a bee event quickly thanks to any of the following codes In the following of this video there is a lot of useless blah with inly code description the important thing is not to use all the codes all at once to make the most of them so I recommend you advance the video on each code, when you need it the description of the code and what it gives you will always be notified enjoy it well and thanks to you

Cockroach Cyborgs

Cockroach Cyborgs


Hi, I’m Anna, and this is my friend Roachelle.
And today we’re going to tell you how to turn roaches into cyborgs. It might sound evil,
but it’s actually for a good cause. It’s true. Scientist have discovered that
they can control a roach’s navigation by sending signals to the roach’s brain through their
antennae. Here’s how it works. Cockroaches use their
antennae to explore the world around them. Their antennae have nerves running through
them that sends electrical signals to the roach’s brain. If the roach feels a wall or
another object with its right antenna, it’s brain will tell it to go to the left. This
is just part of the cockroach’s natural escape mechanism. But scientists figured out that they could
take control of this system. They cropped the roach’s antennae and inserted wires through
them. The wires were attached to a tiny cockroach backpack, weighing about half as much as the
insect, and carrying a three-volt battery and a computer chip. By sending a small electric
to either the left or right antenna, the cockroach could be ordered around like a tiny remote-controlled
car. To be clear, these electrical signals just
stimulate the neurons—they’re not actually shocking the bug. And, the backpack is removable,
so even though the bugs did get their antennae cropped, they’re otherwise able to live their
lives as they usually would. So, why are people doing this? Well, it turns
out that these tiny pests could turn into life- savers in the future. We might send
them out into places unsafe for humans, to gauge radiation levels, or to look for survivors
after natural disasters. And this work isn’t even just for scientists.
RoboRoach is a recently funded Kickstarter project, which promises to bring the experience
to the masses by giving high school classrooms the accessories to turn any roach into a bugborg.
They hope to inspire kids to learn about neurotechnology, since doctors use similar technology in the
treatments of Parkinson’s disease and deafness. So next time you see a cockroach just think.
That roach might be helping to educate and save a life. Don’t worry Roachelle. I’ll never do that to
you. Ew.

Why Parasitic Wasps are AWESOME – Steven Chau

Why Parasitic Wasps are AWESOME – Steven Chau


All right, all right So, I listened to this fantastic podcast by Radio Lab, and I heard Carl Zimmer talk about this jewel wasp and how it attacked a cockroach Oh my GOSH! Would this ever happen to a human? So I hop on Google, and I (beeping noises) typed in “parasitic wasps human” thinking , you know hopefully I can’t find something that, that can hurt me So, there’s 2 things: either they’re farmers or gardeners because parasitic wasps are *useful* then I found a BOATLOAD of other stuff that is so interesting I’m going to share with you guys 3 amazing parasitic wasps First off, I’ll start off with this Costa Rican parasitoid wasp Every wasp has a very specific prey they hunt And for this guy, they love spiders, specifically (horse?) spider These (horse?) spiders, they wave these AMAZING, beautiful webs. They spend 6 steps to construct this web They form the framework, they weave sticky parts and non sticky parts all around it Now, this wasp, once it’s infects the spider, they kinda “trick” it They make it make it high, they treat its brain chemicals Some how, it gets this spider to spin this weird web only repeating 3 steps It forms this web that stays up in rain. And the weird thing is, if you remove this parasite from the spider, it still does this weird little web It’s kind of strange Now, the next one that I want to talk about is called the Voodoo wasp With this name that I cannot say, but it induces this “body guarding” behavior It’s prey is beautiful caterpillars. You know, if you mess with a caterpillar, they don’t care if you pick them up They don’t really care if you put it on a piece of paper. They’re generally peaceful So this wasp, once it finds a caterpillar It will lay around 80 eggs all on the poor caterpillar They kind of burrow in, like “Oh, man! Caterpillar, delicious!” “I’m gonna eat you up” So, one thing about the larvae, they come out “Ok, it’s time for us to metamorphosize, we’re gonna turn into wasps” So, they come out of the caterpillar, and as you can see the caterpillar kind of shrinks and it they stay right by the caterpillar and says “ok, I’m gonna arch my back and sit here” “I’m going to sit here and watch you guys” The interesting thing is that there’s all sorts of insects When the baby wasps – they’re unsafe, they’re burnable Anything can attack it. Like a shoe bug. Shoe bugs are like “Mmmm, I loooooove, I love these larvae!” They come back like “no, no, no, no, no” What happens is the caterpillar will stand guard and it will flail its head wildly! Trying to push these things away Now researchers have cracked these caterpillars open And they discovered that two pupae would stay behind Instead of chemical, this wasp uses… they stay behind and watch the brood And now my favorite is the Jewel Wasp It has a nice, beautiful coat A jewel wasp attacks cockroaches Let’s imagine ourselves, ok? Let’s imagine ourselves We’re a cockroach, we’re wandering around And suddenly, off in the corner of your eye, this wasp comes out of nowhere and I’m struggling 4 dear life! I’m tumbling, I’m rolling And this wasp, with its quick reflexes, stings me twice! The first sting (choking noise), goes through my head and paralyzes me (choking noise) and again! It hits this very specific neurons in the brain that suddenly I will explain later, kind of freezes So the cockroach kind of wakes up, shakes it head around, says “hey” “I should run, but I won’t” “I won’t run” And this wasp just goes away, digs a hole comes back and *bites down* on the cockroach’s antennae and pulls it along On its own, the cockroach, it has lost the will to walk The wasp pulls it along to the hole, lays some eggs, then “boom badda bing”, a whole new wasp comes out Now here’s the *mind blowing* part about this jewel wasp As I was doing this research, apparently wasps are heavily correlated to free will Which kind blew my mind This wasp, yes it’s put venom in to paralyze it it put venom in this other part that it knocks out only walking it only knocks out the will to walk but if it needs to fly, if it needs to flip to save its life, it will do that But for some reason, it doesn’t walk So, I don’t know, maybe if someone is acting kinda weird perhaps they got bit by a wasp and now they have someone living inside them Hopefully I have inspired you to say Parasitic wasps are awesome! Thank you