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James M. Carpenter. Distributional checklist of species of the genus Polistes (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Polistinae, Polistini)


Identification Atlas of the Vespidae (Hymenoptera, Aculeata) of the northeastern Nearctic region


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Total-evidence Phylogeny of the New World Polistes Lepeletier, 1836, Paper Wasps (Vespidae, Polistinae, Polistini)


Revision of the West Palaearctic Polistes Latreille, with the descriptions of two species – an integrative approach


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The social Vespidae of the Guianas, particularly of British Guiana (Hymenoptera)


Taxonomic review of Eumenes Latreille, 1802 (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Eumeninae) from the New World


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Revision of the genus Parazumia de Saussure (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Eumeninae)


Classification and evolution of the eumenine wasp genus Symmorphus Wesmael (Hymenoptera: Vespidae)


The genus Pachodynerus in North America (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Eumeninae)


Revisión del género Pachodynerus Saussure (Hymenoptera: Vespidae, Eumeninae)


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Checklist of species of the subfamily Masarinae (Hymenoptera, Vespidae)


A generic key to the nests of hornets, yellowjackets, and paper wasps worldwide (Vespidae: Vespinae, Polistinae)


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Checklist of the species of the subfamily Vespinae (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Vespidae)


Identification Atlas of the Vespidae (Hymenoptera, Aculeata) of the Northeastern Nearctic Region


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Different Vespidae


Vespidae for certain. Maybe P


Folded forewing -> Vespidae,


Family Vespidae - but I don't


Vespidae


pretty sure it is Vespidae


Vespidae, perhaps Polistes


Check out the Atlas!


I can tell you some things!


Vespidae


Vespidae


Looks like family Vespidae, t


Hymenoptera


Vespidae: Vespula sp., probab


Overviews


Vespidae distributions


Edward,


Family Vespidae common name


This is surely no Vespidae, c


It depends on the classificat


Vespidae


P. dominulus


Vespidae


I rather think ...


I thought the base of the metasoma ...


I can only confirm the family ID ...


Yes, the longitudinally ...


The longitudinally folded wings ...


Well, it undoubtedly ...


Jonathan- many thanks for hav


Moved


Monobia quadridens


Eumeninae


Thanks. Just curious...


Vespidae


This is an aculeate wasp ...


Yes, this is ...


The image is too poor ...


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


This is a member ...


This is ...


Vespidae ...


Longitudinal folding wings ...


This is a member ...


The latter ...


This is a member ...


Yup ...


Moved


This is definitely a member ...


Nope, these guys won't sting


Reminds of Polistes sp. (fami


Polistes


Moved


Maxican Paper Wasp


Moved


Moved


Moved


wasp


Thanks


Moved


Not a bee ...


Thanks for the move!


Moved


Moved


Thanks much. I was thinking


Moved


Matthias- as always I am most


Male - Red-marked Pachodynerus


thanks again--size


The more qualified expert is Dr. Buck


Try Crabronidae


According to Carpenter 2004...


According to Carpenter (2004)...


More than just a pretty face, is needed.


Eumeninae


Atlas of the Vespidae


This is Vespidae


Note the longitudinally folded wings.


Yes - Chrysidinae


You can't find match in Vespidae


Moved for expert attention


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Wasp mimic


Vespidae, rather


Vespidae Wasp - Parazumia symmorpha


I would have to agree.


Eumenine wasp


Xenos


Xenos Genos of Stylopidae par


Vespidae?


Potter Wasp


Solitary Wasp


Possibly an Euodynerus sp. (O


Vespidae


Vespidae, rather


Paper Wasp


Giant Hornet


Large Potter Wasp


Large Potter Wasp


Possibly a Vespid?


Polybiine-like Paper Wasp


Wasp


Moved


Cleaning ID request


but


I believe


Yellowjacket ...


"There is no royal road to [insect classification]"


This has been in the back of my mind


After having photographed add


Polistes, i guess


Thanks, John


Vespidae: Eumeninae


Vespidae, I think Polistes.


Euodynerus foraminatus - male


Mason Wasp (Vespidae, subfamily Eumeninae) - female


lots of native insects visit Forsythia


Polistes dominula


i see


'American Insects' does not provide keys beyond family


I'm not familiar with the Ves


Not Vespidae


Vespidae


Vespidae: Eumeninae


wasp


not a fly; wasp, fam. Vespidae


It is identifiable


Winter months


Handling Aculeata images: An update


folded wings exclude sphecids and say, Vespidae


Potter Wasp! (genus: Eumenes)


Not pompilidae:


Common or scientific meaning?


In this case,


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Perhaps this is a strepsipteran emerging?


wasp


Pachyodynerus erynnis (Vespidae, Eumeninae)


A related issue


Pachyodynerus erynnis (Vespidae, Eumeninae)


Okay, I'll bite...


Parazumia symmorpha - female (Eumeninae)


Mason wasp


Vespidae: Eumeninae


Not a yellowjacket


Life history


Nice shots.


Mason wasp


Thanks, Jon


Good addition!


Mason wasp


Update


Mason wasp


Vespidae: Eumeninae


Gorytina


Yes, thanks


Mason wasp


Mason wasps


Not bee


Paper Wasp


Mason wasps


Mason wasp


Check Eumeninae


Yes.


hmm...


Mason wasp


Mason wasp


Vespid venom allery


Just to clarify


Hi Ron,


Nice.


Yes.


Vespidae


Wasp


Vespidae (Eumeninae) -female


Nice image!


Yes it does


Genus confirmed...


Bee moth cocoons (Aphomia sociella)


Vespidae: Eumeninae


Mason wasp.


Wasp nests.


Mason wasp.


ID


No.


Zethus spinipes, female (VA)


Yes.


Eumeninae mason wasp.


I am not an expert at all


Mason wasp.


Pseudodynerus quadrisectus.


Mason wasp.


No.


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Yellowjacket


Zethus slossonae (Vespidae, Eumeninae) - male


Not an ID


Fantastic Upgrade


Possible suspects


An Idea


Mason wasp.


Eumenine Wasp (Eumeninae, Vespidae) - female


Ancistrocerus adiabatus albolacteus, female (AB)


Eumenes smithii, female (FL)


ID


ID


Close....


Mason Wasp (Vespidae, Eumeninae) - female


Looks like something in


Mason Wasp (Vespidae, Eumeninae) - male


In regard to


Paper Wasp


Eumeninae


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Hard to say, but....


"Constricted" eyes.


Same family...


Mason wasps.


Female mason wasp with prey.


Male Eumeninae.


Request


Request


Request


Monobia quadridens? (Vespidae)


Euodynerus.


How about:


:)


it is easy to find problems


Wasp.


Auplopus nests.


Hoplisoides sp. (Crabronidae) (FL)


Vespidae nest.


Eumenes


Ancistrocerus sp.? (Vespidae)


Polistes sp. (Vespidae)


Correct spelling of Polistes dominula


I don't know much about Vespidae


Eumeninae.


Leucospis sp. -female


Eumenine Wasp (Vespidae)


Probably.


Euodynerus sp. (Vespidae)


Mason Wasp (Monobia quadridens)


Thanks, Martin


velvet ant?


Eumenine Wasp (Vespidae)


Eumenine Wasp (Vespidae)


Reasoning


Polistes dominulus (Vespidae)


Looks like absent-minded slip.


Thanks!


Sand Wasp


Philanthus sp. (Sphecidae) - male


Mason Wasp.


Delta (new for bugguide)


Probably.


i cant really tell,


from the nest i think it migh


Mason wasp.


Pseudodynerus quadrisectus?


Not Polistes.


Wow, you guys are good. Found


Eumeninae.


Mason wasp.


Eumeninae.


A Temporary Work-around


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Wow.


Mason wasp, Ancistrocerus sp.


Right - Ancistrocerus sp. (Vespidae, Eumeninae)


Mason Wasp.


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Mason wasp.


Pseudomasaris.


Mason wasp.


Great mimic.


Confusion:-)


Mason Wasp


Symmorphus sp.


Some Greek names :)


Wow!


Yes.


Classification


Potter Wasp Group, Eumeninae


Probably Ancistrocerus


Two Families, too!


Mason wasp


Mason wasp


Mason wasp


Mason wasp


Vespidae


Paper wasp


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