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A contribution to the biology of North American Vespine wasps
By Carl D Duncan
Stanford Universuty Press, 1939
This is the first major work on the morphology and taxonomy of North American Vespine wasps. This book extensively studies the internal and external morphology of the western yellowjacket Vespula pensylvanica as well as provides a chapter on Vespine systematics and also provides subsequent chapters which extensivly review the biology and behavior of the Vespinae species from the Western United States. This book is an excellent read and threrefore highly reccomended.

Here is a link to a readable/downloadable copy of this work:
http://www.academia.edu/4894080/Duncan_1939_A_contribution_to_t

Monographie des guepes au Vespa
By Robert Du Buysson
Although outdated, This is one of the first monographs of the species of Vespinae of the world. This is a great historical piece for anyone wanting to see how much progress has been made in the field in the last Century.

Here is a link to a downloadable/readable copy: http://www.academia.edu/1910303/Du_Buysson_1904-1905_Monographie_des_guepes_au_Vespa_IN_FRENCH

Books on Vespinae
By Various
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Vespine wasps of the World: Behaviour, ecology, & taxonomy of the Vespinae
By Michael E Archer
Siri Scientific Press, 2012

A Key To The World Species Of The Vespinae
By Micheal E Archer
College of Ripon and York U.K., 1989
http://independent.academia.edu/AnthonyDaglio/Books/1889688/Archer_1989_A_Key_To_The_World_Species_Of_The_Vespinae_Hymenoptera_

Checklist of the species of the subfamily Vespinae (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Vespidae)
By Carpenter, James M., and Jun-ichi Kojima
Nat. Hist. Bulletin of Ibaraki Univ. 1:51-92, 1997
Indispensable taxonomic and distributional work for these wasps. Available for download as pdf at:

http://research.amnh.org/iz/f/Carpenter_Kojima_1997_ves.pdf

Vespidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) of Puerto Rico, West Indies
By Carpenter J.M., Genaro J.A.
Insecta Mundi 0202: 1-35, 2011

The social wasps of California (Vespinae, Polistinae, Polybiinae)
By Bohart R.M., Bechtel R.C.
Bull. U.C. Insect Survey 4: 73-101, 1957

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