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P. E. Hallett (2011) Farmed Solitary Bees & Wasps, Data Set (generations 1997-2008) >
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Quietus_a040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004The female Trypoxylon lactitarse alighted to re-sting her spider prey before entering her nest.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0240I.mexicana.JPG.jpg29-Jul-2004Grass nests of the cricket-hunting wasp Isodontia mexicana at various stages of development.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0342.JPG.jpg17-Aug-2004Immatures of the resin-using bee Megachile campanulae.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0341Trypoxylon_collinumq.JPG.jpg17-Aug-2004immatures of the wasp Trypoxylon collinum with cocoons of various ages, and remains of spider provisions.Hallett, Peter
iso_thinking040902.JPG.jpg2-Sep-2004Isodontia mexicana nests at various stages.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0322mixed_Chrysis.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Leaf rolling bees at left, Potter and Cuckoo Wasps, and fly cocoons, at right.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0326Hylaeus_in_O.coerulans_nest.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Masked Bees (Hylaeus) trapped within nest of Osmia coerulescens.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0327.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Mud wall and characteristic cocoon (small nipple) of the spider-using wasp Trypoxylon collinum.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0321O.lignaria_pathogen.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Nest of Isodontia mexicana above, of Osmia lignaria below with dead diseased late larvae.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0339otBormpA_emerged_newO.lignaria.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004The new nest is likely the biennial bee Osmia texana. The others are old nests of the bee Osmia lignaria.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0323.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus antilope and brown pill-shaped Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysis coerulans) cocoons.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0324A.antilope_Chrysis.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Potter Wasp Ancistrocerus antilope and brown pill-shaped Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysis coerulans) cocoons.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0241I.mexicana.JPG.jpg29-Jul-2004Provisions for Isodontia mexicana immatures --detail of the living copiphorine crickets.Hallett, Peter
Quietus_b040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Similar, about 20 sec later.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0325.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Species, top to bottom, of the wasp Trypoxylon, and bees Hylaeus, Osmia and Megachile campanulae.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0340tcA_mcA.JPG.jpg17-Aug-2004Two unmistakable species. The upper two nests are the spider-using wasp Trypoxylon collinum, the lower resin nests, the bee Megachile campanulae.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0343tcA_mcA.JPG.jpg20-Aug-2004The wasp Trypoxylon collinum at the left, the bee Megachile campanulae at the right.Hallett, Peter
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