Aculeata


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Aculeata

[ə‚kyü·lē′ä·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
A group of seven superfamilies that constitute the stinging forms of hymenopteran insects in the suborder Apocrita.
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aculeata Moldenke known as Lantana wild sage is a low, erect or subscandent woody perennial shrub (0.3-1.8 m or more in height) with stout recurved prickles and a strong odour of black currants.
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Na regiao Nordeste do Brasil, varias especies exoticas ja foram identificadas como invasoras e os seus impactos avaliados [Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) DC.; Sesbania virgata L.; Sporobolus indicus L.; Parkinsonia aculeata L.], sendo constatados varios danos sobre a vegetacao em que elas se estabelecem, principalmente, sobre a fitodiversidade autoctone da caatinga (ANDRADE, 2013).