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Spider and the Wasp

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Transcript of Spider and the Wasp

The Spider and the Wasp
The Spider and the Wasp
Spider and The Wasp
Whose Alexander Petrunkevitch
The Spider and The Wasp
Alexander Petrunkevitch (1875-1964) was a published author and Russian Zoologist. He studied at University of Moscow and obtained his doctorate at the University of Freiburg in Germany.
What did Alexander Petrunkevitch do?
by Alexander Petrunkevitch
present by Joshua Jackson
The Spider and the Wasp
This Guy
What the scoop? What's it about? A comparison between lifestyles, coupled with instinctive urges and utter intelligence.
The Spider and the Wasp
Tarantula
vs.
Wasp (Pepsis)
Whats the point?

To help you see how instincts may not always be the correct way to leave.
The Spider and the Wasp
What are the major points and supporting details for the Tarantula?
Lifestyle/Life span of a tarantula
typically live in tropics, and temperament temperatures
cylindrical burrows is where they call home
Reproduction of the Tarantula
Males dies few weeks after mating
Females mate for several years after
Fertilized Females lay from 200-400 eggs at a time
Life of Tarantula after Reproduction
Off spring are laid and left to be on there own
Have poor sight, so they rely on their senses
How a tarantula reacts to sensory touch
Three Tactile touch responses
Tarantula Lifestyle/ background
Life style of the Wasp
Main points and supporting Detail?
Three Main Responses he said are...
"..Pressure on the body wall.."
"..moving of the common hair.."
"..flexing of the trichobothria..."
Description of the Wasp
Largest wing span 4 inches
Typically completely blue or blue with rusty orange
Reproduction of with Wasp
Wasp produce few eggs at one time up three day intervals
Every set of eggs needs one adult tarantula
tarantula must be paralyzed, not dead.
Attack traits of the Wasp(will defined later)
How the wasp determines its prey(defined later)
Wasp VS.Tarantula
Show Down!!!
Spider sensing is antagonist movement upon it
Tries to make one last effort in attemptive escape
As the wasp clamps it jaws and uses it wings to position and tap the tarantula
The wasp when trying to figure out what will be her choice species of spider she will use her antenae to basically molest the tarantula
she uses her antennae to check certain characteristics an/or tolerances that the spider migh have
wasp will not attack the wrong species
After her slection of prey , the wasp leaves to dig gave site,once done she returns to claim her prey.
Wasp uses antennae to feel up and down the tarantula
Tarantula,feeling it's being touched so inappropriately that it stands all legs, like "stilts" as Petrunkevitch said.
But, sadly the wasp wins the battle of survivor.
Tarantula is dragged to the grave site dug previously by the wasp
Wasp attaches her eggs by her own form of secretion
Then, buries the spider and nothing is left of the spider but the bony skeleton.
The Battle is Done
Wasp Vs. Spider
The battle has begun!
References
Essay written by Alexander Petrunkevitch
Imaging from google.com
Theme from Prezi.com
What are your thoughts attack before we think,?Do think before we react what truly is that of the better choice?
You never know maybe instincts can better than mere thouught's. Who knows maybe you can be that tarantula that whens the battle next time?
Ask your self.....
Thank You For Time
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