Ah, Yellow Jacket and Ant had a fight long ago, and just would not stop, no matter how much the trickster Iceyeeye (Coyote) tried to get them to stop. So, in frustration he turned them to stone. The Nimîipuu set up camp below them and stayed for 12,000 years. The area of the arch from 9 o’clock to 5 o’clock is the wasp. She’s biting the ant’s neck (Ant is from 6:30 o’clock to 9 o’clock). The story is a warning against greed. Here it is: click!
But that’s not the whole story. Here’s an image of a parasitoid wasp laying its eggs in an ant.
You can see it all unfold in video by clicking here. Yellow Jackets, however, are not parasitoid wasps. Seemingly, a Nimíipuu observer a long time ago watched parasitic wasps and made the connection that yellow jackets were the leaders of the wasp family.
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Well, yeah. Are you going to argue with her?