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"Symphyta" - Sawflies, Horntails, and Wood Wasps

 
 
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Green A.J. (2021) The Sawflies (Symphyta) of Britain and Ireland
[Cite:2321566]

Sawfly GenUS
An in-progress collaboration between Quinlyn Baine, Chris Looney, David R. Smith, Nathan M. Schiff, Henri Goulet and Amanda J. Redford "designed and developed as a screening aid to support identification of adult sawfly specimens to genus"

Includes keys, a photo gallery, glossary, fact sheets, and diagrams illustrating morphology.

Taeger A., Cincotta S., Susko E. (-2013) Kinds of Symphyta on Discover Life
[cite:595936]
work in progress: as of today, a mere checklist linked to taxon pages -- mostly blank but a few with mapped records and/or photos. will try to contact authors and find out what the status of the project is.

Blank et al. (2012) ECatSym: Electronic World Catalog of Symphyta (Insecta, Hymenoptera). Program version 4.0 beta
[cite:388934]
Taxonomic data base (with distribution info provided for every taxon included) maintained by people at the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut, M√ľncheberg, Germany, and adopted as BG's default taxonomy reference. See also discussion here.
"...the best thing to check for current usage of names" (Dr. Smith's comment)

authors: Blank S.M., Groll E.K., Liston A.D., Prous M., Taeger A.

Older version

i still haven't figured out how to use it...

Davis E.E., French S., Venette R.C. (2005) Mini risk assessment: Giant Woodwasp, Urocerus gigas L. [Hymenoptera: Siricidae]
[cite:455324]
A detailed review covering biology, hosts, distribution, taxonomy, spread potential, economic impact of U. gigas and other aspects.

Schmidt S., Smith D.R. (2016) Pergidae of the World
[cite:629121]

Kroupa A.S. (2020) The Hymenoptera of Central America eXtended. Version 2.0
[cite:2017698]

Wasps of Illinois
Angella Moorehouse has created a color guide to some of the Hymenoptera that can be found in Illinois. Can be downloaded free from The Field Museum.

 
 
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