This is one of the more impressive parasitoids found in North America: Megarhyssa macrurus lunator, a parasitoid that attacks sawfly larvae. My son Eitan discovered this one on a hike to Castle Rock in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Notice the impressive ovipositor, arching up over the wasp’s back, and then down between its legs, where it is drilling into the log in search of its host.
Here are some links to documents that are important for all lab members to be able to access:
1. For links to the most up-to-date Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP), Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), and Emergency Action and Evacuation Plant (EAP), please see the department’s safety program web-site (here).
2. IIPP – 2018
3. EAP – 2020
4. Safety Data Sheets (SDS’s):
All safety data sheets can be found on the Fisher web-site
5. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s):
6. New lab members — useful links:
On-line UC Fundamentals of laboratory safety training (required)
On-line Heat Illness prevention training (required)
11. Lab Security