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On the clasping organs attaching the hind to the fore wings in Hymenoptera

Leo Walter

On the clasping organs attaching the hind to the fore wings in Hymenoptera

by Leo Walter

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hymenoptera.,
  • Wings (Anatomy),
  • Insects -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dr. Leo Walter.
    SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 50, art. 9, Publication -- 1712, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 1712.
    ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Hodgkins Fund.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 65-87, [4] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22941615M
    LC Control Number16011632

    The Hymenoptera Aculeata of the British Islands; by Edward Saunders; L. Reeve & Co, Until George Else's work, this remained the only book with detailed descriptions of a substantial proportion of British aculeates, species by species. Stiill perfectly useable, .   brief introduction to hymenoptera Hymenopterans are divided into two main groups, the sub-orders Symphyta (sawflies and wood-wasps) and Apocrita (everything else) the main physical difference being, sawflies have an abdomen fused to the thorax and the others all have some sort of ‘wasp waist’ which is in fact highly modified abdominal segments.

    In the U.S., social Hymenoptera include all or so species of ants, but only about 35 species of bees, and about 30 species of wasps. ANTS: Nearly all species can sting, but relatively very few are a medical risk. Ants of greatest medical risk in the U.S. are the so-called "fire ants," all of which are limited to southern, southwestern, and. Study Exam 2 flashcards from Mayra M. on StudyBlue. "You find an adult insect with hind and forewings narrow at the base, wings held vertically at rest, large compound eyes separated dorsally, and slender bodied niads.

    Insect Order ID: Hymenoptera (Sawflies) Life Cycle –Complete metamorphosis: Adults lay eggs. Larvae (caterpillar-like) eat, grow and molt. This stage is repeated a varying number of times, depending on species, until hormonal changes tell larvae that it is time to pupate. Inside the pupal case, they change in form and color and develop Size: KB. Hymenoptera of the world: An identification guide to families. Goulet, H. and Huber, J.T., editors. Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. p.


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On the clasping organs attaching the hind to the fore wings in Hymenoptera by Leo Walter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. On the clasping organs attaching the hind to the fore wings in Hymenoptera. [Leo Walter; Smithsonian Institution. Hodgkins Fund.]. The name Hymenoptera is derived from the Greek words "hymen" meaning membrane and "ptera" meaning wings.

It is also a reference to Hymeno, the Greek god of marriage. The name is appropriate not only for the membranous nature of the wings, but also for the manner in which they are "joined together as one" by the hamuli.

() The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.» Login to post comments; Hymenoptera, fore wing veins Submitted by Adam Tofilski on Tue, Hymenoptera; Fore wing of typical Hymenoptera with veins marked.

From Comstock (fig. References Comstock J.H. () The wings of insects. The Comstock. The Hymenoptera are divided into two Suborders, the Symphyta more commonly known as the Sawflies which are the most primitive members of the Hymenoptera, and the Apocrita which contains all the rest. The Apocrita are customarily divided into two groups, the Aculeata and the Parasitica.

In general the Aculeata have their ovipositor modified into a sting which is retractable into the body and is. Start studying Biology Test Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

the organs on each side of a fish's head that allow the fish to extract oxygen from the water an immature form of an insect that looks much like an adult but has different body proportions and lacks wings.

cephalothorax. the. In Hymenoptera, a row of hook-like setae on the anterior hind wing margin, the hamuli, inserts into the retinaculum, locking the fore and hind wings together during the flight. The involvement of the retinaculum in wing unfolding is an example of a morphological exaptation.

That is, the structure was produced by natural selection for wing Cited by: The subscript number 2 and 3, for fore and hind wings, and c, v and fl for cells, veins and flexion lines are alternative option additions to the abbreviations system Goulet & Huber () in.

Hymenoptera means “membranous wings.” The third largest group in the class Insecta, this order includes ants, bees, wasps, horntails, and sawflies. Description. Little hooks, called hamuli, join the forewings and the smaller hindwings of these insects together.

Both pairs of wings work cooperatively during flight. Start studying Entomology Chapter Practice Test. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Hind wings without closed cells; number of antennal segments variable but never 13 segments in male and 12 in female Hind wings with closed cells, at File Size: 17KB.

Hymenopteran - Hymenopteran - Form and function: Concomitant with diversity of habit in the adult Hymenoptera is a diversity of form. This variety prevails to such a degree that only the briefest, general description applies to the order as a whole.

As in all adult insects, the segmented body consists of three primary body regions: head, thorax, and abdomen. Four membranous wings with the hind wings smaller than the fore wings. The hinds wings have a row of hooks on their anterior margin by which the hind wing attaches to a fold on the posterior edge of the front wings.

Most Hymenoptera can be pinned or pointed. Most Hymenoptera can be put into alcohol before pinning. Behavior. Within the. Hymenoptera • Hymenoptera – from Greek meaning – Hymen = membrane – ptera = meaning wings or • After Hymen, the Greek god of marriage, in reference to the hamuli which can connect the fore wings to the hind wings.

Hymenoptera at BugGuide Hymenoptera on the NCSU General Entomology page Description and identification: Adult: Mouthparts: chewing or chewing/lapping Size: Minute to large Wings: 4 or none, front wing larger than hind wing, front and hind wings are coupled by hamuli to function as one.

The Hymenoptera--a diverse group of insects that includes bees, ants, and solitary wasps--is by far the largest order of insects in Britain.

This volume describes the group's various families, and provides a much-needed introductory survey for nonspecialists. Each account includes a diagnosis of the taxon, comments on the size and geographical Author: Ian Gauld.

hind tibia hind tibia without spurs eye not reaching mandible rcaching mandible Bombidae BUMBLE BEES Andrenidae SWEAT BEES Apidae HONEY BEES STINGING HYMENOPTERA: PICTORIAL KEY TO SOME COMMON UNITED STATES FAMILIES Harold George Scott and Chester J.

The insect order Hymenoptera includes sawflies, wasps, bees and ants. The name Hymenoptera means 'membrane wings'. Their adults have two pair of membranous wings with the forewings lager than the hind wings.

The main defining characteristic of Hymenoptera is that the front and hind wings are held together by a series of little hooks called hamuli.

HymenopteraHymenoptera is one of the largest orders of insects, and includes common insects such as sawflies, wasps, bees and ants. This group of insects is named Hymenoptera because of their heavy wings. They range in size from very small to large and usually have two pairs of insects in this group are herbivores because they eat mostly leaves or pine needles.

Hymenoptera have two pairs of wings that hook together so they operate in unison. The exception is some types of ants, which have no wings. Hymenoptera have well-developed compound eyes, and most have a narrow waist where the thorax joins the abdomen.

They are the only insect order besides the termites that form complex social groups of workers. HYMENOPTERA Bees, ants, wasps Ordinal Characteristics: (1) chewing mouthparts but the bees also suck nectar (2) complete metamorphosis (3) d lt h t i f b i(3) adults have two pairs of membranous wings orFile Size: 2MB.

Paperback: 26 pages Publisher: (May 8, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14, in Books (See Top in Books)Cited by: HYMENOPTERA FAMILIES Suborder Symphyta--sawflies and horntails--Base of abdomen broadly joined to thorax.

Hind wing nearly always with at least 3 closed basal cells (except Tremex columba (Siricidae), and some species of Argidae). (Cenchri present [except Cephiidae]; first abdominal tergum divided longitudinally [except Orussidae and rarely Tenthredinidae]).Beetles are a group of insects that form the order Coleoptera, in the superorder front pair of wings are hardened into wing-cases, elytra, distinguishing them from most other Coleoptera, with aboutspecies, is the largest of all orders, constituting almost 40% of described insects and 25% of all known animal life-forms; new species are discovered : Insecta.