Vespidae


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hymenopterans

Medical entology Insects of the order Hymenoptera–eg, honeybee, yellow jacket, yellow hornet, white-faced hornet, polistes wasp and ants. See Immunotherapy, Killer bees.
Hymenopteran families
Apidae Honeybees–Apis mellifera–may react to pheromones released by a hivemates and swarm victim
Bombidae Bumblebees are relatively docile and usually have laisez-faire attitude
Formicidae Ants–Solenopsis invicta–en masse, may be fatal
Vespidae Wasps–Chlorion ichneumonidae, hornets–Vespula maculata, yellowjackets–V maculiformis–are less often assocated with allergic reactions than Apidae

Vespidae

(vĕs′pĭ-dē) [L. vespa, wasp]
Family of wasps, including paper wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets.
References in periodicals archive ?
El de mayor riqueza de insectos comestibles fue Hymenoptera con un total de 10 especies, con las familias Formicidae y Vespidae como las mas diversas, seguido del orden Coleoptera, con siete y Hemiptera y Orthoptera, con cinco cada uno.
Beitrag zur Kenntnis von Faltenwespen der orientalischen Region (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Eumenidae).
Gerec ve Yontem: Yas ortalamalari 38,4 yil olan 86 erkek ve 123 kadin olmak uzere 209 gonullude, sorgulama, nefelometrik yontemle total IgE, fluoroimmunoassay yontemi ile fadiotop olcumleri ile beraber, apidae, vespidae ve polistes venomlarina karsi epidermal/intradermal test uygulayarak duyarlilasma oranlarini arastirdik
Studies have showed that some species of predators of the coffee-leaf-miner pertaining to the Hymenoptera order and the Vespidae family are P sylveirae, Protopolybia sp.
Families of Collected at Collected at Number of Hymenoptera Hacienda Kiuic Specimens Collected Tabi Research Collected Station Scoliidae [check] 1 Xiphydriidae [check] 1 Formicidae [check] [check] 30 Vespidae [check] [check] 20 Apidae [check] [check] 27 Ichneumonidae [check] [check] 31 Sphecidae [check] [check] 24 Dryinidae [check] [check] 4 Pompilidae [check] [check] 4 Bradynobaenidae [check] [check] 3 Tiphiidae [check] [check] 6 Halictidae [check] [check] 9 Eucollidae [check] [check] 4 Bethyliidae [check] [check] 3 Ormyridae [check] [check] 2 Mutillidae [check] [check] 6 Braconidae [check] 7 Colletidae [check] 2 Scelionidae [check] 2 Chalcididae [check] 2 Torymidae [check] 1 Diapriidae [check] 1 Eucharitidae [check] 3 Evaniidae [check] 1 Andrenidae [check] 1 Sapygidae [check] 1
5] A text on the biology of insects reports that adults of the Vespidae family, which includes yellow jackets, have been reported as having the potential to be a "nuisance" in late summer.
There was a slight knoll on the way up to the main entrance, and that knoll was the habitat of many yellow jackets, also known, in extremis, as Vespidae Vespula vulgaris.
Species from family Anthomyidae (Diptera), Musca domestica (Linnaeus, 1758), Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) (Diptera: Muscidae), family Sarcophagidae (Diptera), Dermestes lardarius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae), family Histeridae (Coleoptera), family Vespidae (Hymenoptera) were also identified.
In USA, similar experiments were carried out on the attractiveness of acetic acid mixed with isobutanol to different species of Vespidae [19].
Todas las especies para las que hay registros biologicos se comportan como ectoparasitoides idiobiontes de avispas en las familias Crabronidae, Pompilidae y Vespidae (Eumeninae).
Foraging activity and nesting of swarm-founding wasp Synoeca cyanea (Fabricius, 1775) (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Epiponini).