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IMGP0269S.cristatus.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. Similar. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. Some of the nest stoppers for this species are of remarkable length.Hallett, Peter
IMPG220S.cristatus_provisioning.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. Symmorphus cristatus provisioning with black, chunky, 'greasy' chrysomelid larvae.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0401scB.JPG.jpg7-Jul-20064.8 mm cavities. The chrysomelid beetle larval provisions of the Potter Symmorphus cristatus.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0377chrysomelid_prey.JPG.jpg24-Jun-20064.8 mm cavities. The chrysomelid larval beetle provisions of Symmorphus cristatus.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0275a_O_tersula_larvae_egg040802.jpg.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. The middle cavity shows the bee Osmia tersula. This nest is confusable with O. coerulescens. Generally the 'mastic' has been green, friable and less resinous in O. tersula, and its males (in later cocoons) are not orange coated.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0270.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0222.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0223S.cristatus.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. Detail.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0271S.cristatus.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. The dark cell in cavity 3 up is a stain, just possibly from the foulbrood-like pathogen.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0267S.cristatus.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. There are also suggestions of 3 or so Chrysis cocoons.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0221S.cristatus.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus, with a Chrysis coerulans cocoon at 3 up.Hallett, Peter
Img0009Hylaeus_nest.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. Hylaeus nest.Hallett, Peter
Img0011Hylaeus_ppupae.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. Hylaeus pupae well pigmented but not yet emerged. When Hylaeus nests in wider cavities cells may be built side by side, rather than in a linear row, as is the general rule for cavity-using bees and wasps.Hallett, Peter
Img0010Passaloecus_mum.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. Passaloecus working on its nest.Hallett, Peter
Img0006potter.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. Potter Wasp, Symmorphus cristatus. Acrylic lidded nest block.Hallett, Peter
Img0008Hylaeus_mum.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. The Masked Bee Hylaeus is wasp-like. Nectar and pollen are brought to the nest in its crop and the provisions and egg sealed in a bubble of 'bee cellophane'. A fugitive species.Hallett, Peter
Img0007Passaloecus_ppupae.jpg.jpg19974.8 mm wide cavities. The resin-using Aphid Wasp Passaloecus. Aphids at the bottom, a mixture of prepupae and pupae at the top. The prepupa is a larval skin with the pupa inside. The pupa is like the adult but lacks colour and wing inflation.Hallett, Peter
Img00012Isodontia_nest.jpg.jpg20014-cavity (9.6 mm width) nest block. Cricket-hunting Wasp (Isodontia mexicana).Hallett, Peter
Img00010OsmiaC.jpg.jpg20015-cavity (8.0 mm width) nest block. Bee larvae (either Osmia or Megachile).Hallett, Peter
Img00011OsmiaC.jpg.jpg20015-cavity (8.0 mm width) nest block. Bee larvae (either Osmia or Megachile).Hallett, Peter
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