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Polistes dominulus (Christ, 1791) (Hymenoptera: Polistinae: Vespidae) Newly Recorded from South Africa
South Africa has three indigenous genera of paper wasp, Polistes, Rhopalidia and Belonogaster (family Vespidae). These wasps are mostly brown in colour, usually with pale maculation, and constructExpand
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Southern African osmiine bees: taxonomic notes, two new species, a key to Wainia, and biological observations (Hymenoptera: Anthophila: Megachilidae)
Resulting from the examination of the type specimens of the southern African bee species originally described in the genus Osmia, the taxonomic placement of 19 species is formally established. TheExpand
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Contamination of lunar surface samples by the lunar module exhaust
A study was made to determine the level and extent of contamination of the lunar surface that will be caused by rocket exhaust gas during the Apollo mission landing and to determine whether theExpand
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Ants along a southern African transect ‐ a basis for biodiversity change monitoring (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
Up to now, 24 ant species have been collected during field studies along a southern African transect in Namibia and South Africa as part of the BIOTA project - Biodiversity Monitoring TransectExpand
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Annotations to the Palaearctic sawfly genus Pseudarge GUSSAKOVSKIJ, 1935 gen. rev. with a contribution to the genus Arge SCHRANK, 1802 in the Afrotropical region (Hymenoptera: Symphyta: Argidae:
The genus Pseudarge GUSSAKOVSKIJ, 1935 gen. rev. is removed from synonymy with Alloscenia ENDERLEIN, 1919, and Alloscenia syn. n. is synonymised with Arge SCHRANK, 1802. Alloscenia maculitarsisExpand
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A New Species of Caliroa (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) from South Africa
Abstract. Caliroa blanki, n. sp., the first native species of Caliroa from the Afrotropical Region, is described from South Africa. Differences in wing venation from usual Caliroa species andExpand
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