The observed species was seen being parasitised by this species.

Datatype: taxon
Created by: jon_sullivan jon_sullivan

Observations specifying this field

Observation Interaction->Parasitised by

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What

Pūteketeke (Australasian Crested Grebe) (Podiceps cristatus)

Observer

kaupunkilinnut

Date

May 29, 2022

Description

Three coot and one grebe nest at this section [6]. Crebe was just forced to leave a fish which gull picked [7-11]. Soon carried more nesting material [1-5].

  Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

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What

Lantanas (Genus Lantana)

Observer

geffc

Date

February 2023
  Schismatodiplosis lantanae

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What

Pūteketeke (Australasian Crested Grebe) (Podiceps cristatus)

Observer

kaupunkilinnut

Date

June 8, 2024

Description

Already last time two adults and and juvenile where in distant positions, but I didn't dare to really believe it was serious. This time there was two adults fishing, heavily harrassed by gull to steal their prey, diving away.

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  Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

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What

Mason Bees (Genus Osmia)

Observer

gcovain

Date

April 6, 2024 04:28 PM CEST

Description

That's a lot of passengers...
Observation for them : https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/221180314

  Zoosubsection Acaridia

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What

Giant Leopard Moth (Hypercompe scribonia)

Observer

olbugs

Date

September 2, 2023 11:02 AM EDT

Description

Found this carcass out in the open on a frequented area at work. Within the same hour of discovery, I spotted a tachinid fly further down the lot i was not able to ID to species. I obviously can’t know for certain that fly was specifically one of the pupa in this caterpillar, but it is certainly plausible. At least four tachinid pupae were in this Hypercompe scribonia larva, which I collected in a jar so if more flies hatch I can get a positive ID.

  Bristle Flies (Family Tachinidae)

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What

Golden Silk Spider (Trichonephila clavipes)

Observer

deboas

Date

December 12, 2019 08:11 AM -02
  Tribe Ephialtini

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What

Genus Gea

Observer

kiranpn

Date

October 8, 2020 11:56 AM IST
  Ichneumonid Wasps (Family Ichneumonidae)

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What

Cane Toad (Rhinella marina)

Observer

klossoski

Date

September 4, 2022 06:48 PM -04
  Ticks (Order Ixodida)

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What

Harlequin Ladybird (Harmonia axyridis)

Observer

podz

Date

May 29, 2024 10:30 AM CDT

Description

Ladybug

  Hesperomyces harmoniae

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What

Skippers (Family Hesperiidae)

Observer

geffc

Date

February 2023
  Cyclorrhaphan Flies (Infraorder Cyclorrhapha)

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What

Periodical Cicadas (Genus Magicicada)

Observer

podz

Date

May 26, 2024
  Icing Sugar Fungus (Beauveria bassiana)

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What

Live Oak Metria Moth (Metria amella)

Observer

cnkeiser

Date

April 20, 2024 11:11 AM EDT
  Braconid Wasps (Family Braconidae)

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What

Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus)

Observer

carlosemunoz

Date

April 30, 2024 09:00 AM CEST
  Genus Antennophorus

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What

Owlet Moths and Allies (Superfamily Noctuoidea)

Observer

ansel_oommen

Date

May 13, 2024

Description

Images of larva and feeding damage. Larva was collected for rearing and further ID.

Black spot appears to be melanization in presumptive response to parasitoid injury.

Parasitoid cocoon observed on 5/27. Larva stopped eating 2-3 days prior and was changing colors. At the time, I presumed it was pupating. Photos of deceased larva and parasitoid puparium taken on 5/27 under microscope.

  Bristle Flies (Family Tachinidae)

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Observer

andre_guaraldo

Date

May 21, 2024 10:06 PM -03

Description

Aparentemente, com uma larva parasitóide aderida ao tórax.

  Spider-hunting Wasps (Family Pompilidae)

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What

Two-spotted Ladybird (Adalia bipunctata)

Observer

xris

Date

May 20, 2024 05:36 PM EDT

Description

Two-spotted lady Beetle (Adalia bipunctata) infected with infected with Hesperomyces on Sambucus canadensis with Aphis sambuci in my front yard, May 2024

  Green Beetle Hanger (Complex Hesperomyces virescens)

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What

Eastern Pondhawk (Erythemis simplicicollis)

Observer

whateverwatcher

Date

May 2024

Description

With an awful load of mites: 216984190

  Dragonfly Mites (Subgenus Arrenurus)

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What

Yuccas (Genus Yucca)

Observer

teamtzibim

Date

May 11, 2024 11:04 AM CST
  Fungi Including Lichens (Kingdom Fungi)

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What

Zephyr Sweat Bee (Lasioglossum zephyrus)

Observer

xris

Date

August 5, 2022 12:20 PM EDT

Description

NOID small dark metallic bee with brown abdomen - Dialictus? - on Clematis virginiana in front of my garage, 2022-08-05

It also appears to have an abdomenal parasite.

  Family Stylopidae

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Observer

xris

Date

April 22, 2024 11:47 AM EDT

Description

Mason Bee (Osmia)? visiting Salix humilis flowers, Albany Pine Bush Preserve, Albany County, NY, April 2024

An unusually cooperative subject. It methodically worked over every cluster of flowers. I observed and photographed this individual for five minutes.

  Family Stylopidae

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What

Harlequin Ladybird (Harmonia axyridis)

Observer

paulasee

Date

April 28, 2024 05:44 AM CEST
  Ladybird Parasitoid Wasp (Dinocampus coccinellae)

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What

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans)

Observer

ncb1221

Date

May 2024

Description

It moved out the road on its own after. Video of the attached leeches here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yz-gby9FSWE

  Turtle Leeches (Genus Placobdella)

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What

Tiger Moths (Tribe Arctiini)

Observer

gcovain

Date

March 9, 2024 02:38 PM CET

Description

Length : ~10mm

Parasitized by braconidae, see prunhel's comment on the first observation.
Looks like it hatched, so this is the last observation in the series.

Follow-up observation of https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/195372385
189 days later.

Observations in the series :

  Braconid Wasps (Family Braconidae)

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What

Tiger Moths (Tribe Arctiini)

Observer

gcovain

Date

January 27, 2024 02:56 PM CET

Description

Length : ~10mm

Parasitized by braconidae, see prunhel's comment on the first observation.

Follow-up observation of https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/195372385
147 days later.

Observations in the series :

  Braconid Wasps (Family Braconidae)

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What

Tiger Moths (Tribe Arctiini)

Observer

gcovain

Date

December 23, 2023 02:55 PM CET

Description

Length : ~10mm

Parasitized by braconidae, see prunhel's comment on the first observation.

Follow-up observation of https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/195372385
112 days later.

Observations in the series :

  Braconid Wasps (Family Braconidae)

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What

Common Blue Violet (Viola sororia)

Observer

xris

Date

April 23, 2024 11:32 AM EDT

Description

Blue Violet (Viola Sororia) with Violet Rust in my garden, April 2024

  Violet Rust (Puccinia violae)

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What

Slipper Gourd (Cyclanthera pedata)

Observer

geffc

Date

January 2023
  Epilachna clandestina

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Observer

gabrivauda

Date

May 11, 2024 02:39 PM CEST
  Family Calyptostomatidae

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Observer

lima-dias

Date

October 26, 2023 04:23 PM -03
  Mites and Ticks (Subclass Acari)

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What

Brush-footed Butterflies (Family Nymphalidae)

Observer

korremann

Date

July 11, 2023 05:39 PM CEST
  Braconid Wasps (Family Braconidae)
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Comments

I've changed all the interaction field names from "Interaction: " to "Interaction->" to stop them messing with the photo tag processing on photo import. When adding photos already tagged with fields to the "Add an observation" page, it was only grabbing the field name text after the colon and so not working properly.

Everything works now that the colon is gone, so long as you use a recognised taxon name. For example, if I tag a photo on my computer with "Interaction->Visited flower of=Rosmarinus officinalis" and upload it, it will get this field added with the taxon Rosmarinus officinalis.

That can save a lot of time if you''re maintaining your own photo library in your computer and tagging lots of photos there and uploading them all at once.

Posted by jon_sullivan about 7 years ago

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