Sex Ratios of Some Mason Wasps (Vespoidea and Sphecoidea)

Abstract

MALE hymenoptera are haploid and develop from unfertilized eggs, while females are diploid and the product of a fertilization. A female is inseminated early in her imaginal life and, at least in the Apocrita, subsequently exercises control over whether or not a sperm will be made available for a given egg. Most of the exploitations of the non-random… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/212306b0

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