Notes: I spotted the first one, and our little group (consisting of myself, K. Parker, D. Winkler, L. evans, D. Evans, K, Gribble, R. Giffin),found about a dozen more scattered at the foot of the bluffs at Jake Falls on the Shepard of the Ozarks grounds. Most had single stromas, but several had two and the one pictured here with seven. They were all on Lepidoptera larvae, as opposed to pupae, which is apparently unusual.
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