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Now I find some photos by searching on Metapolybia pediculata nest.
It appears there is another wasp that makes nests similarly: Stelopolybia cf pediculata
https://www.flickr.com/photos/29697818@N03/3129106560/in/set-72157611459883693
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Wow. A photo!
http://uwbrus.wordpress.com/2010/07/14/afternoon-excursion/dsc04143/
This is one of those critter mysteries that needs researched!
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I stumbled on this webpage when searching for a picture for the nest of this wasp. Actually, more than 20 years ago, a similar hypothesis about the purpose of the windows in these remarkable nests had been mentioned by a renowned ecologist, Nobel Prize laureate Karl von Frisch, in his book Animal Architecture (ISBN 0-15-107251-5). I am surprised, and a little disappointed, that after so many years there still no nice and free picture of the nest available online.
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Phentermine was used specifically in diet pills and weight loss supplements because it is supposed to make you lose weight. You're supposed to use it in combination with good diet and exercise to experience the best results. Today, we are going to look at how effective this substance actually works to help you lose weight. The way it is said to work is by making you feel less hungry or suppressing your appetite.

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Phentermine was used specifically in diet pills and weight loss supplements because it is supposed to make you lose weight. You're supposed to use it in combination with good diet and exercise to experience the best results. Today, we are going to look at how effective this substance actually works to help you lose weight. The way it is said to work is by making you feel less hungry or suppressing your appetite.
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As of 2014 April 25: http://www.groasis.com/en
Still going strong!
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You have Buprestidae as a label on the photo of Carabus.
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This guy elucidates the issue quite nicely in my mind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxrLYv0QXa4
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You can probably use it indoors but the amount of energy produced would be little compared to using it outdoors. This is because the sun's intensity is much greater than that of your light bulbs in your house.
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Plants use the difference in osmotic potential above the soil compared to the air in order to provide the motive force of water up the tree. If this was going to have a chance to work, the mechanism for the coconut tree's capillarity should be taken into account.

I can see an application for something like this in some rudimentary water filtration system which could be solar powered, but even as I say that I feel like it already exists. Alone, you'd get about as interesting effect as the meniscus on a test tube filled with water.
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I 'd like to obtain your documents and publications as pdf format.
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