Wasps of the genus Sceliphron (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) intercepted in New Zealand

  title={Wasps of the genus Sceliphron (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) intercepted in New Zealand},
  author={A. C. Harris},
  journal={New Zealand Entomologist},
  • A. Harris
  • Published 1992
  • Biology
  • New Zealand Entomologist
Notes are given on nests with live diapausing prepupae of Sceliphron (Sceliphron) laetum, S. (S.) caementarium and S. (Proscelphron)formosum intercepted in New Zealand. A key to the species of Sceliphron recorded in New Zealand is provided. 
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