Correlation of Taxonomic Affinities with Food Habits in Hymenoptera, with Special Reference to Parasitism

@article{BruesCorrelationOT,
  title={Correlation of Taxonomic Affinities with Food Habits in Hymenoptera, with Special Reference to Parasitism},
  author={C. T. Brues},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  volume={55},
  pages={134 - 164}
}
  • C. T. Brues
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
  • ENTOMOLOGISTS can all agree that the attachment of most phytophagous species belonging to the more highly specialized orders of insects is very firmly fixed, and the Hymenoptera form no exception. We can also agree, although in less definite terms, that many parallels exist among plant-eating Hymenoptera between taxonomy and food habits. I do not propose to treat of this series, however, partly because I am not sufficiently familiar with them, but also on account of the great interest which… CONTINUE READING
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