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Old 3rd of August 2007 (Fri)   #1
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Old 3rd of August 2007 (Fri)   #2
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Great photo.

Email the researcher I linked below. He studies them:

http://ww2.lafayette.edu/~hollidac/h...aresearch.html

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I remember as a kid in Nebraska watching one of these monsters carry off a full grown Cicada kind of scary!

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They look fearsome. Great shots.
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thanks. These guys are pretty big. I wanted to find thier entrance so I could catch bring one back. No time tho.
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Nice shots! I'm looking forward to running into one of these eventually...where in the united states do they generally live?
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Wonderful shots of a magnificent looking wasp
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I have seen these guys drop a cicada in flight! Very impressive. Great pic of this really intimidating creature.
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brilliant shots the colors are amazing
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