Data from: First evidence of wasp brood development inside active nests of a termite with the description of a previously unknown potter wasp species

Helder Hugo, Marcel G. Hermes, Bolívar R. Garcete-Barrett & Iain D. Couzin
Potter wasps (Vespidae: Eumeninae) are known to exhibit not only sophisticated preying strategies but also a remarkable ability to manipulate clay during nest building. Due to a mixture of plasticity in building behaviour and flexibility in substrate preferences during nest-building, the group has been reported nesting in a variety of places, including decaying nests abandoned by termite species. Yet, evidence of wasps nesting inside senescent termite mounds is poorly reported and, to date, accounts confirming...
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