Many bee and wasp species make nests with little rooms. Each room has just one egg and a supply of food (pollen for baby bees, paralyzed insects or spiders for baby wasps). The baby eats up its food, grows and transforms inside the nest, and emerges as an adult.
Tanya Dewey (photographer; copyright holder; identification), Animal Diversity Web
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