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Noun1.Vespula - sometimes considered a subgenus of Vespa: social waspsVespula - sometimes considered a subgenus of Vespa: social wasps
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Vespidae, Vespidae - an arthropod family of the order Hymenoptera including: yellow jackets; hornets; mason wasps
common wasp, Vespula vulgaris - a variety of vespid wasp
Vespula maculifrons, yellow hornet, yellow jacket - small yellow-marked social wasp commonly nesting in the ground
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Potential manageable exploitation of social wasps, Vespula spp.
The majority of the yellowjackets we see are German yellowjackets, or Vespula germanica.
In the UK, we mainly get common wasps (Vespula vulgaris) and German wasps (Vespula germanica).
Vespula germanica strike for no reason and have been described as "drunk and out of work" when they no longer need to supply the queen with nectar and start feasting on fermenting fruit.
Ainda, segundo os autores, entre os himenopteros, destaca-se Aphelinus perpallidus Gahan, 1924 (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae), especie parasita de Monelliopsis pecanis e Monellia caryella; e, Vespula spp.
Some studies have revealed the presence of this protein in the venoms of several arthropods, such as Vespidae Vespula maculifrons, Sicariidae Loxosceles reclusa spider, A.
We found that 9.2% of samples contained the hymenopteran vespid wasps, yellowjackets (Vespula spp.), and Bald-faced Hornets (Dolichovespula maculata) (Table 1).
Among these, we detected an iflavirus with high identity to the recently described Moku virus found in social wasps (Vespula pensylvanica), honeybees, and Varroa mites in Hawaii (9).
In September, in a very short time (about three minutes) after the liver trap was placed on the floor of the Institute's garden, wasps which belong to Vespula germanica (Fabricius, 1793), Vespula vulgaris (Linnaeus, 1758) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) swarmed around the liver.
Chemical attractants for trapping yellow jackets Vespula germanica and Vespula pensylvanica (Hymenoptera: Vespidae).
(1,8) Three species most commonly encountered by military personnel included social species in the superfamilies Apoidea (bees) and Vespodiea (wasps): Polistes wattii Cameron, Vespula germanica (Fabricius), and Vespa orientalis Linnaeus.
D., Application of 16S rDNA-DGGE to exam- ine the microbial ecology associated with a social wasp Vespula germanica.