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Nesting Behavior of Chlorion cyaneum (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae), a Predator of Cockroaches (Blattaria: Polyphagidae)
Abstract Information is presented on the previously unstudied digger wasp, Chlorion cyaneum (Dalhbom), obtained from 21 nests in central Texas. Nests were dug in partially shaded sandy soil and hadExpand
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Red Imported Fire Ant Alate Corpses Opportunistically Used as a Major Food Resource by a Scavenging Solitary Wasp (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae)
Abstract The nesting biology of the scavenger sand wasp, Microbembex monodonta Say, was studied over 2 years (2009 - 2010) in Pedernales Falls State Park, Blanco Co., TX and compared with previousExpand
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The Apoidea (Hymenoptera) Fauna of Little Tobago Island, West Indies
Abstract Twenty-four species of Apoidea representing 17 species of apoid wasps (Sphecidae and Crabronidae) and seven species of bees (Apidae and Halictidae) are recorded from Little Tobago Island,Expand
A New Trigonopsis (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) Record for Trinidad, West Indies
During my recent sabbatical in Trinidad I collected two females of Trigonopsis cooperi Vardy on the southern side of the Northern Range of Trinidad. Their label data are as follows: Caura Valley,Expand
Digging Sand Wasps
Guarding by Males in the Opilionid Family Cranaidae
One of  the  most  abundant  and  common  arthropod groups found in tropical forests is the harvestmen, which are potentially useful indicator species (Wade et al. 2011). Of the four suborders ofExpand
A New Subfamily of Wasps Recorded for Trinidad, West Indies (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae: Astatinae)
The 120 known species of Crabronidae represent a substantial component of the aculeate Hymenoptera of Trinidad, West Indies (Starr and Hook 2003). This world- wide family of solitary wasps is dividedExpand