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synopsis of the Chrysididae in America, North of Mexico

Richard Mitchell Bohart

synopsis of the Chrysididae in America, North of Mexico

by Richard Mitchell Bohart

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Published by The American Entomological Institute in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chrysididae.,
  • Wasps -- North America.,
  • Hymenoptera -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.M. Bohart and Lynn S. Kimsey.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Entomological Institute -- no. 33, Memoirs (American Entomological Institute) -- no. 33.
    ContributionsKimsey, Lynn Siri.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination266 p. :
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14088944M

    A family of wasps (order Hymenoptera). They commonly are known as cuckoo wasps. Wasps, Ants, Bees and Sawflies. Addeddate City [S.l. External-identifier urn:oclc:record Foldoutcount 0 Identifier cihm_ Identifier-ark ark://t3ws9dh

    The Hesperioidea of America North of Mexico; A Generic Revision and Synopsis of the Species ().pdf writen by Arthur Ward Lindsey: This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reprodu.   The circular object in front of the Maya ruins at Kabah is a chultun, part of the Mayan water control system. Witold Skrypczak/Getty Images. The ancient Maya Civilization occupied much of the central North American continent based on the gulf coast of what is now Mexico between B.C. and A.D. The Maya were a group of independent city-states, which shared cultural qualities.

    Species removed from the Cicada fauna of North America North of Mexico. Summary "We review the North American cicada fauna providing information on synonymies, type localities, and type material. There are species and 21 subspecies found in continental North America north of Mexico.   Chichimeca was the name that the Nahua peoples of Mexico generically applied to a wide range of semi-nomadic peoples who inhabited the north of modern-day Mexico and southwestern United States, and carried the same sense as the European term "barbarian". The name was adopted with a pejorative tone by the Spaniards when referring especially to the semi-nomadic hunter-gatherer .


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Synopsis of the Chrysididae in America, North of Mexico by Richard Mitchell Bohart Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Synopsis of the Chrysididae in America North of Mexico (American Entomological Institute. Memoirs, No 33) (): Richard Mitchell Bohart: BooksAuthor: Richard Mitchell Bohart. Synopsis of the Chrysididae in America north of Mexico. Ann Arbor, Mich.: American Entomological Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Recommended Citation. Bohart, Richard M. and Kimsey, L. S., "A Generic Synopsis of the Chrysididae of America North of Mexico (Hymenoptera)" ().Cited by: 6. Chrysis archboldi Kimsey (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae).A Florida cuckoo wasp.

Drawing by Mark A. Deyrup. — Bohart, R.M. and L.S. Kimsey. A synopsis of the Chrysididae in America north of Mexico. The superfamily Chrysidoidea is a very large cosmopolitan group (some 6, described species, and many more undescribed) [citation needed], including many parasitoid or cleptoparasitic wasps.

There are three large, common families (Bethylidae, Chrysididae, and Dryinidae) and four small, rare families (Embolemidae, Plumariidae, Sclerogibbidae, and Scolebythidae).

Commonly known as cuckoo wasps or emerald wasps, the hymenopteran family Chrysididae is a very large cosmopolitan group (over described species) of parasitoid or kleptoparasitic wasps, often highly sculptured, with brilliant metallic colors created by structural coloration.

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