Comparative Study of the Lancets and Sheaths of Some Aculeate Hymenoptera
A comparative study was made of the stinging apparati of 102 species of aculeate Hymenoptera from the following families: Scoliidae, Vespidae. Eumenidae. Pompilidae, Sphecidae, Andrenidae, Halictidae, Megachilidae, Anthophoridae, and Apidae. Analysis was confined to the presence or absence of barbs: number, arrangement, and types of barbs. The sheaths were compared as to the types of setae and the presence or absence of segmentation.
Poore, Dennis M.
"Comparative Study of the Lancets and Sheaths of Some Aculeate Hymenoptera,"
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