Polistes


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Polistes

(pō-lis′tēz″) [Gr. polistēs, founder of a city]
A genus of stinging paper wasps of the order Hymenoptera, so-called because of the structural material used to build their nests.
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This method of analysis also identified these 10 free amino acids used as standards in the venom of Polistes erythrocephalus (unpublished data), in which alanine and proline showed higher concentrations.
Homology during the comparison of Ropalida brevita species using 12S rRNA gene and Cytochrome oxidase 1 (Co1) showing their position in the homology tree was constructed, where it showing its position in subfamily Polistinae 93% on Co1, 77% on 12SrRNA locus with clear position of the genera Ropalidii from Polistes (Fig.
There is always an exception, of course, and that is the European paper wasp (Polistes dominula).
What is the ideal weather for social wasp Polistes versicolor (Olivier) go to forage?.
Studien uber individuelle end grographische Variabilitat palaarktischer Polistes und verwandter Vespiden.
Buggy mugs For those willing to look closely, the faces of Polistes fuscatus wasps (right) differ in markings and shades.
al., 1993: Estigmem Hartmann et acrea al., 2003 Signal-imbedded toxin Aplysia Kicklighter complex californica, et al., 2005; Polistes spp.
Two other morphs ressemble, respectively, Polistes (Vespidae) and Entypus (Pompilidae) wasps.
Polistes fuscatus, Polistes fastidiotus and Vespula maculate (Wasps) were observed throughout the study period.