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Male Yellow Jackets-all the same species? - Vespula maculifrons - male

Male Yellow Jackets-all the same species? - Vespula maculifrons - Male
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
October 15, 2005
Size: all 1 inch aprrox

Aha! Finally a good image of
Aha! Finally a good image of a male eastern yellowjacket, Vespula maculifrons. The others have a different mark on the first tergite, which could either be a variation of this species or a different species.

 
I'm glad there's finally a go
I'm glad there's finally a good photo of that species male now ^_^

what do you or anyone think the other 2 are-I looked at the markings on the first tergite-that's why I caught and submitted them together.

I haven't noticed males of other species-nor more than that one queen Vespula_vidua could they be males of that species?

thanks

Jo

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