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Wasp Watcher Shari

A woman in a t-shirt and shorts stands in a baseball field on a summer day while holding an orange net on a long wooden pole.

Citizen scientists in Connecticut have been trained to monitor Cerceris fumipennis nesting sites for emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) among its prey. Here, long-time “Wasp Watcher” Shari stands in a baseball field—a common C. fumipennis nesting site—in Southington, Connecticut. (Photo by Claire Rutledge, Ph.D.)

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