You have probably seen fallen acorns scattered thickly on the forest floor.
You may have noticed many of those acorns have neat little holes
in their nut shells.
If you looked closely, you might have seen
that some of those holes were sealed with some kind of membrane. I call those sealed acorn holes, "acorn windows."
I'll begin the story of these acorn insects with a look at the acorns with holes, because to have an acorn window you need a hole to seal, eh?
See my next post, Acorns With Holes.