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Biological notes on the pollen wasp, Paragia (Cygnaea) vespiforms (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Masarinae) with description of a nest.
Nesting behavior and distribution of nests in the pollen wasp Trimeria howardi (Masarinae--Vespoidea).
The pollen wasps, like the long-tongued bees, therefore have the potential to obtain nectar from a wider range of flower forms than do short-tongued wasps and bees.
Female pollen wasps, like all non-parasitic bees, visit flower to collect pollen and nectar to provision their nests similarly to most nonmasarinae aculeate wasps and bees, both male and female masarine collect nectar for their own nourishment (Gess 1996).
The life cycle pollen wasps in general, appears to be univoltine.
It's scary outdoors where wasps roam aplenty and pollen wasps roam aplenty and pollen pa rticles threaten my airways.
Philip Torchio and his clever studies into the foraging mechanics of pollen wasps at Penstemon.