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P. E. Hallett (2011) Farmed Solitary Bees & Wasps, Data Set (generations 1997-2008) >

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DSCN0472conophorine.JPG.jpg15-Jun-2006Paralyzed Meadow Grasshopper (conocephaline) dropped by wasp Isodontia mexicana at entrance to nest box.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0324A.antilope_Chrysis.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus antilope and brown pill-shaped Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysis coerulans) cocoons.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0323.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus antilope and brown pill-shaped Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysis coerulans) cocoons.Hallett, Peter
Img0019Ancistrocerus_pupae.jpg.jpg2000Potter Wasp (Ancistrocerus antilope) pupae and near adults.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0941A.antilope_q.JPG.jpg6-Jul-2005The Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus antilope with typical mud walls, white larvae and remains of moderately large caterpillars (inchworms). Typically in large cavities (e.g., 6.4 mm width or larger).Hallett, Peter
IMG0010.jpg.jpg2000Potter Wasp larva (probably Ancistrocerus antilope)Hallett, Peter
Img0020Ancistrocerus_mum.jpg.jpg2000Potter Wasp motherHallett, Peter
DSCN0348potter_pupae.JPG.jpg27-May-2006Potter Wasp pupae.Hallett, Peter
Img0021Symmorphus_beetle.jpg.jpg2000Potter Wasp (Symmorphus cristatus) carrying its characteristic prey (chrysomelid beetle larva).Hallett, Peter
Img00006mu.jpg.jpg2001Potter Wasp (very likely Ancistrocerus antilope)Hallett, Peter
IMGP0241I.mexicana.JPG.jpg29-Jul-2004Provisions for Isodontia mexicana immatures --detail of the living copiphorine crickets.Hallett, Peter
Img0025Mcampanulae_nest.jpg.jpg2000Resin-using bee (Megachile campanulae)Hallett, Peter
IMG0022.jpg.jpg2000Rotated view of nest box, as in early studies (1998-2000) with unusually painted louver at left, unusually packed nest blocks (with screwed down acrylic lids), and an exhortational cross bar. Roof is at the right.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0294.JPG.jpg9-Aug-2004The same, 1: 3.2 mm cavities. A difficult diagnosis because of the narrow cavities. Probably not Heriades carinata, as resin opaque and abundant, more likely Megachile campanulae, and not Osmia coerulescens as apparently pure resin with no obvious leaf pulp.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0295.JPG.jpg9-Aug-2004The same, 2: 3.2 mm cavities. A difficult diagnosis because of the narrow cavities. Probably not Heriades carinata, as resin opaque and abundant, more likely Megachile campanulae, and not Osmia coerulescens as apparently pure resin with no obvious leaf pulp.Hallett, Peter
OneBlocks040706.jpg.jpg7-Jun-2004Shows flexible lids and sponge pads that, with clamping pressure, turn blind-ended grooves into nest cavities resistant to lateral penetrations by Melittobia chalybii.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0334detail.JPG.jpg15-Aug-2004Similar.Hallett, Peter
Quietus_b040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Similar, about 20 sec later.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0745potter_prepupal_colours.JPG.jpg21-Mar-2005Similar but different lighting.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0746.JPG.jpg21-Mar-2005Similar but different lighting. The sorting here was very rapid! Massed well-lit material (e.g., by bright daylight) is much better differentiated than singletons within the nest block. Long and repeated inspection also helps.Hallett, Peter
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