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vespid

a wasp. See bee sting
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Seasonality of a vespid species (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in a Central Brazilian Cerrado.
During his time in Ohio, Kurt's research focused on the vespid wasps Apoica and Polistes in the subfamily Polistinae.
In a hypothesis imbedded in inclusive-fitness theory, for example, West-Eberhard (1978) proposed that the evolution of a sterile worker caste in vespid wasps was mediated by nest sharing among closely related females of a single generation rather than by associations of mothers and daughters or of unrelated conspecifics.
The vespid wasp Parancistrocerus saecularis rufulus visits flowers of 24 additional species at the ABS (Table 1).
Vespid abundance increased dramatically in mid season, peaking in late Jul and early Aug (Fig.
The vespid chewed circular holes in infested fruit, extracted larvae, and ate them.
Most of the plants visited by ephydrids are also visited by many other insects, some of which, such as bees, vespid wasps, syrphid and bombyliid flies, are probably much more effective pollinators.
Bring morning glory mourning's story, Jack's pulpit cups, stamen's golden fury, your aphids, vespids, narrative retreads.