Sceliphron


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Noun1.Sceliphron - mud daubersSceliphron - mud daubers        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Sphecidae, Sphecidae - mud daubers; some digger wasps
mason wasp - solitary wasp that constructs nests of hardened mud or clay for the young
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For instance, chemotactile cues are necessary to produce stinging behavior in the spider-hunting wasps Sceliphron caementarium and Agenoideus humilis (Eberhard, 1970).
Mortality of Sceliphron assimile Dahlbom (Sphecidae) caused by the eulophid Melittobia chalybii Ashmead.
Wasps of the genus Sceliphron Klug in Colombia (Hymenoptera: sphecidae)
In the present paper, we report the parasitic relationship between the eulophid parasitoid Melittobia australica Girault, 1912 and its host, the solitary wasp Sceliphron asiaticum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sphecidae) in Brazil.
Sceliphron caementarium was observed in March, April, May and June.
Las avispas del genero Sceliphron se caracterizan por construir nidos de lodo que son provistos con aranas para la alimentacion de sus larvas; cada nido consiste de varias celdas en forma de tubo que la hembra modela con pequenas esferas de lodo (Bohart & Menke 1976).
During June 2008 short trips were done in Veracruz to collect muddauber nests built by Sceliphron and Trypoxylon wasps (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae, Crabronidae), as well as fruits attacked by fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae).
This blue mud dauber uses abandoned nests of the black and yellow mud dauber Sceliphron caementarium (Drury) (Rau, 1928), which was not collected in our study.
For instance, it is often unclear what cue initiates the cryptic prey flushing behavior reported in Sceliphron laetum (F.
Sceliphron curvatum, a new invasive wasp in Argentina (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae)