The sand-wasp seizes the Caterpillar by the back of the neck with the curved pincers of her jaws.
There is a remarkably pretty, and very variable, sand-wasp, which is plentiful in most parts of the country.
This is the terrible enemy against which the sand-wasp comes to our aid.
These are towers built by the sand-wasp of the pieces of rubbish which she scoops out of her mine.
The sand-wasp digs by herself, quietly, without hurrying, without any joyous enthusiasm.
Of these, the insect called the sand-wasp forms, perhaps, one of the most interesting examples.
Some of these grains the sand-wasp does not treat as she does the rest.
One day I encountered a sand-wasp which had just stung a wireworm and was dragging it over the ground.