Dating rituals north american wasp
The fire service only turns out for special emergencies.
So that this doesn't happen, one should never tackle wasp nests with fire," the authority said, adding that wild creatures were generally protected under conservancy law.
The blaze had spread into the neighboring room because heat burst its window, leaving the space with massive scorching and uninhabitable, it said.
The fire did also succeed in destroying the wasps' nest.
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Previously known only by its Latin name, , it's now known as the redback spider-hunting wasp.
But since then, "scientists have largely forgotten about the wasp," said professor Andy Austin, a researcher at Australia's University of Adelaide, in a statement.
That was until a couple years ago, when Florian Irwin, age 9, spotted a tiny wasp dragging a redback spider back to its nest in the boy's backyard in Beaconsfield, Western Australia.
The find is good news for Australians watching out for the redbacks, a type of spider whose bite can potentially be lethal.
The wasp was first described scientifically in 1775 by a Danish entomologist, thanks to samples collected in 1768 in Australia by Captain James Cook.