hymenopterous


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hymenopterous

, hymenopteran
of, relating to, or belonging to the Hymenoptera, an order of insects, including bees, wasps, ants, and sawflies, having two pairs of membranous wings and an ovipositor specialized for stinging, sawing, or piercing
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Relative toxicity of insecticides to Diaeretiella rapae, a hymenopterous parasite of mustard aphid (Lipaphis erysimi).
However, unlike the present study, the main parasitoids were hymenopterous species, and only two Tachinidae species, Peleteria robusta (Wiedman, 1830) and Patelloa similis (Townsend, 1927) were detected.
Lebeck, "A review of the hymenopterous natural enemies of cockroaches with emphasis on biological control," Entomophaga, vol.
Descriptions of some new and apparently undescribed species of hymenopterous insects from North China, collected by Robert Fortune, Esq.
Colonization and domestication of seven species of native new world hymenopterous larval-prepupal and pupal fruit fly (Diptera:Tephritidae) parasitoids.
Seasonal and spatial activity of hymenopterous pupal parasitoids (Pteromalidae and Ichneumonidae) of the house fly (Diptera:Muscidae) on Danish pig and cattle farms.
Nectar carbohydrates of several Umbelliferae have been mentioned as essential for the fecundity and longevity of hymenopterous insects (Leius, 1961).
(2012) found various natural enemies, including at least two hymenopterous parasitoids extracted from the adults, two coccinellids that feed on eggs and nymphs, an unidentified species of Chrysopidae and the larvae of an unidentified phorid fly (Phoridae).
The dead insects found in the nectar of balsa wood belonged to the orders Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, Diptera and Hemiptera, with great predominance of Hymenopterous species.
Growth and developmental interactions in some aphids and their hymenopterous parasites.