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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 15 seconds
What kind of animal is Aghaonid?
An Aghaonid is a type of insect that belongs to the family Agaonidae, also known as fig wasps.
These are small wasps that have a mutualistic relationship with fig trees, meaning that both species benefit from each other.
The wasps pollinate the figs and lay their eggs inside them, while the figs provide food and shelter for the wasp larvae.
There are about 800 species of Aghaonids, each one associated with a specific species of fig.
Some examples of Aghaonids are Blastophaga psenes, which pollinates the common fig (Ficus carica), and Ceratosolen solmsi, which pollinates the syconium fig (Ficus racemosa).
Example of the color palette for the image of Aghaonid
NCS (Natural Color System)
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