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FURTHER STUDIES ON THE WASPS OF JACKSON-HOLE WYOMING USA HYMENOPTERA ACULEATA

@article{Evans1973FURTHERSO,
  title={FURTHER STUDIES ON THE WASPS OF JACKSON-HOLE WYOMING USA HYMENOPTERA ACULEATA},
  author={Howard Ensign Evans},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1973},
  volume={33},
  pages={147-155}
}
  • H. Evans
  • Published 1973
  • Environmental Science
  • The Great Basin naturalist
— In a report published in 1970, 190 species of wasps were reported from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and notes were presented on the biology of several ground-nesting species. In this paper, records of 18 additional species are presented. A short account of the biology of a ground-nesting species, Tachysphex aethiops Cresson, is included. Also included are accounts of four species that accepted wooden trap nests during the summer of 1971: Symmorphus cristatus (Saussure), Ancistrocerus adiabatus… 

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