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Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: sphecidae)

Wojciech J. Pulawski

Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: sphecidae)

by Wojciech J. Pulawski

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Published by California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America,
  • Central America,
  • Caribbean Area,
  • North America.,
  • Central America.,
  • Caribbean Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Tachysphex -- North America -- Classification.,
    • Tachysphex -- North America -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Tachysphex -- Central America -- Classification.,
    • Tachysphex -- Central America -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Tachysphex -- Caribbean Area -- Classification.,
    • Tachysphex -- Caribbean Area -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Insects -- North America.,
    • Insects -- Central America.,
    • Insects -- Caribbean Area.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Wojciech J. Pulawski.
      SeriesMemoirs of the California Academy of Sciences ;, no. 10
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .C17 vol. 10, QL568.S7 .C17 vol. 10
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 211 p. :
      Number of Pages211
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2066764M
      ISBN 100940228165
      LC Control Number88070114
      OCLC/WorldCa18379134

      species found in New Guinea. There is also a notable deficiency of certain important subfamilies and tribes in Micronesia, notably of Cicindelinae-of which only one species may be native on the islands and it confined to the Bonins-and of fossorial Scaritini-ofwhich only one (introduced) American species is known from the islands. Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: sphecidae), Wojciech J Pulawski Goals of Development, Unesco Patriot Trap, Raymond Duncan The Glannon Guide to Civil .

      Consequently, tianled species, until now conilnonly arranged under tllree genera, are consolitlatecl into 31 species untler two genera; 13 distinct, apparently ecological, fortns are recognized for North America. Ten new species within four genera of Microgastrinae parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) are described from Canada and United States: Diolcogaster ichiroi, Diolcogaster miamensis, Glyptapanteles pseudotsugae, Microgaster archboldensis, Microgaster syntopic, Microplitis altissimus, Microplitis jorgeluisi, Microplitis juanmanueli, Microplitis julioalbertoi, and Cited by: 1.

      Tachysphex nigerrimus is a native hunting wasp found throughout New Zealand. The adults usually nest in the shingle and sand on the banks of streams and rivers high enough so the nests are not destroyed by floods. The females kill the small native cockroach (Celatoblatta species) and then drags them back to her burrow to feed her larvae. Tachysphex austriacus species subgroup of T. pompiliformis species group is defi ned. Tachysphex stysi sp. nov., a new member of this subgroup, is described. The new species is known from Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Turkme-nistan. Key words. Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Crabronidae, Tachysphex, taxonomy, new.


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Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: sphecidae) by Wojciech J. Pulawski Download PDF EPUB FB2

Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: sphecidae). San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wojciech J Pulawski.

: Revision of North American Tachyspex Wasps Including Central American and Caribbean Species (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) (): Pulawski, Wojciech J.: Books. Introduction. Tachysphex is a very large, highly evolved and complex genus of small ground-nesting solitary wasps, with species worldwide and 85 species in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean Region (Bohart and Menke ; Pulawski).The species are mainly cursorial and fast moving (Williams ) as the genus name implies (tachys = Cited by: 4.

Introduction. Tachysphex is a very large, highly evolved and complex genus of small ground-nesting solitary wasps, with species worldwide and 85 species in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean Region (Bohart and Menke ; Pulawski).The species are mainly cursorial and fast moving (Williams ) as the genus name Cited by: 4.

American Tachysphex wasps including. and prey in 40 North American, Central American, and Caribbean species of the pompiliformis, terminates, brullii, obscuripennis, and julliani species.

As a continuation of the extensive revision that we are carrying out on the New World species of Clistopyga, (Bordera et al. (Bordera et al., Palacio et al.we establish, in the. ()—Yesterday there were j but today there are at least species of South and Central American orthocentrine parasitoid wasps, scientists report in the journal Proceedings of.

Revision of North American Tachysphex wasps including Central American and Caribbean species (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) Vol Page 1 Show More. Tachysphex antillarumis one of five species of this genus known from Cuba (Pulawski,); it Revision of North AmericanTachy- sphex wasps including Central American and Ca-ribbean species (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae).

Mem. Jose Fernandez-Triana / ZooKeys – () from any previously described species in North America, as they both belong to the basimacula species-group, a mostly a tropical group, with dozens of undescribed spe- cies worldwide.

The finding of these species in mainland North America is unique, butCited by: 1. ABSTRACT. The nesting behaviour of the solitary wasp Tachysphex inconspicuus (Kirby) was comparatively studied based on observations made in two environmentally distinct locations in southeast Brazil: upper portions of two sandy beaches and a dirt road in a forested area.

Motor patterns related to nest construction were similar in all observed wasps, but some behavioural. A Revision of the North American Species Belonging to the Genus Coenosia (Diptera Muscidae). The subgenera neodexiopsis, coenosia, hoplogaster and related genera allognota, bithoracochaeta and schoenomyza.

The subgenus limosia (coenosia of authors) [HUCKETT, H.C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Revision of the North American Author: H.C. HUCKETT. Acta Soc. Zool. Bohem –, ISSN X A review of the genus Tachysphex (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Turkey, with description of four new species Jakub STRAKA Department of Zoology, Charles University.

Bees & Wasps (Hymenoptera) of North America. Agapostemon melliventris (Honey-bellied Agapostemon) Agapostemon sericeus Dryudella or Tachysphex sp.

(Astatine Wasp) Eucerceris provancheri (Apoid Wasp) Eumenes sp. (Potter Wasp) Butterflies • Bees & Wasps • Dragonflies & Damselflies • Flies • Beetles • Other Insects • Birds.

Tachysphex Kohl, is a very large and complex genus of solitary wasps. In recent years the Polish entomologist Wojciech Pulawski reviewed the systematics of the worldwide species of the genus in a series of papers (references in P ULAWSKI ). However, the morphology of the immature instars of Tachysphex species is still very poorly known.

"A Revision of the North American Species of the Genus Eleutera Beauv. (Neckera Hedw.)" is an article from Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, Volume View more articles from Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Revision of North American species of Clistopyga (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) Santiago Bordera, Alejandra Gonza´lez-Moreno,1 Andrey I. Khalaim, Ilari E. Sa¨a¨ksja¨rvi Abstract—Based on a large number of specimens deposited in many collections, and on material collected in a sampling program in Yucata´n Peninsula, Mexico, 19 North American species.

iii. by, a revision of the north american ants of the genus myrmica latreille with a synopsis of the palearctic species.

by neal a. weber reprinted from annals of the entomological society of america vol. 43, no. 2, june, a revision of the north american ants of the genus myrmica latreille with a synopsis of the. Steely blue-black and large, the Great Black Wasp is a nectar and pollen eater.

It can be seen visiting flowers in the hottest parts of the summer and early fall and helps pollinate plants. Every adult, however, was raised on a diet of Katydids and their relatives, Grasshoppers or Crickets.

Tachysphex austriacus Kohl, and T. pompiliformis (Panzer, ) (Hymenoptera, Crabronidae) are a complex of fourteen species in Europe and Turkey.

ZooKeys DOI: /zookeys. b. Revision of the Phllanthus zebratus group (Hymenoptera: Phi­ lanthidae). J. NY Ent. Soc. c. The types of some American Cerceris with lectotype designations (Hymenoptera: Philanthldae). J. NY Ent. Soc. d. An annotated synonymic list of North American Caribbean wasps of the genus Cerceris (Hymenoptera.The 26 North and Central American species of Thraulodes are discussed, and synonymies and other pertinent data are presented for all species.

On the basis of nymphal gill characters two groups of related species are recognized. Thraulodes brunneus, T. speciosus, T. sp. A, T. sp.Aurantiocoris, new genus, is described to accommodate Sthenarus cuneotinctus Van Duzee and Aurantiocoris purshiae, new species, recorded from Arctostaphylos spp.

(Ericaceae) and Purshia sp. (Rosaceae), respectively, from far western North America. Gonoporomiris hispaniolae, new species, is described from the Dominican Republic.