|Day 1: The wasp larvae (right) emerge from the moth caterpillar (left).|
|Day 2: The wasp larvae begin to pupate.|
|Day 3: The wasp larvae have become pupae.|
However, the wasps were not sickening and dying -- they were progressing normally through their development from larvae to pupae. Meanwhile, the moth caterpillar that stood by, apparently healthy except for its inertia, had its own development frozen. To be continued...