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Solitary wasps



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Solitary wasps sikter på å få flere personer til å studere solitare vepser ved å beskrive økologi, utbredelse og naturhistorien til disse innsektene, inkludert all relevant forskning i en passende bok.
Varenummer850219
Forlag/produsentPelagic Publishing
ForfatterYeo, P., F., Corbet, S., A.
Utgivelsesår2015-07
Antall sider68s
Fotos - illustrasjoners/h ill., 4 fargeplansjer
InnbindingPaperback
ISBN9781784270339
SpråkEngelsk

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This Naturalists' Handbook aims to attract more people to the study of solitary wasps by describing the ecology, distribution and natural history of these insects, including all relevant research in one convenient volume.

Contents include an overview of the natural history of the solitary wasp, guidelines on identification, and advice on techniques and approaches to study. Further reading, a systematic checklist of genera and an alphabetical checklist of species and their distributions are included. Detailed keys to the identification of the species form the centre of the book and the text is accompanied by clear illustrations throughout, making this an invaluable practical guide for anyone seeking to broaden their knowledge of these fascinating, diverse creatures.

Smaller, gentler and less intimidating than the black and yellow social wasps, the solitary wasps are attractive because of their bright colours and their fascinating behaviour. A female wasp will construct a nest, excavating it from wood or sand or building it from mud. She provisions the nest with prey, hunting down a suitable creature, perhaps a caterpillar or a fly, which she will paralyse before dragging it home to the nest. She lays her egg on the paralysed prey, and the larva when it hatches feeds on the prey. On a sunny day it is easy to observe the apparently purposeful behaviour of female wasps as they prepare their nests and stock them with food for the next generation.

This book is a digital reprint of ISBN 0-85546-295-7 (1995).

Naturalists’ Handbooks encourage and enable those interested in natural history to undertake field study, make accurate identifications and to make original contributions to research.

Innhold

Introduction
Natural history
Identification
Quick-Check Key
Key 1 Starter Key
Guessing guide
Key 2 Wingless hymenopters
Key 3 Potter wasps and mason wasps
Key IV Black and balck-and-red wasps with three submarginal cells
Key V Black-and-yellow or black-and-white wasps with three submarginal cells
Key VI Wasps with two submarginal cells
Key VII Wasps with one submarginal cell
Techniques and approaches to original work
Further reading
Systematic checklist of genera
Alphabetic checklist of species and their distributions
Index






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