The ichneumon-fly lays its eggs under the skin of the caterpillar.
She lets loose an army of worms upon the forests, and then sends an ichneumon-fly to check them.
A large ichneumon-fly has been found hunting after the worms, and is considered their natural enemy.
The ichneumon-fly lays eggs under the skin of the caterpillar.
What of the infinite goodness of God in teaching the grub of the ichneumon-fly to eat up the cabbage caterpillar alive?