Vespula infernalis

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hymenoptera
Familia: Vespidae
Genus: Vespula

Name

Vespula infernalis (de Saussure) stat. n.Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Distribution

The distribution of Vespula austriaca closely resembles that of acadica, occurring in subarctic Alaska and Canada, and southward in the western mountain ranges.

Biology

This is an obligatory social parasite of Vespula acadica (Reed et al. 1979[4]). This species has been known as Vespula austriaca, a Palearctic species, since Bequaert (1916), but there are sculptural differences in queens between Palearctic and Nearctic specimens.

Taxon Treatment

Other References

  1. Saussure H (1853–58) Monographie des Guêpes Sociales ou de la Tribu des Vespiens. Masson, Paris, and J. Cherbuliez, Genève.
  2. Packard A (1870) Notice of Hymenoptera and nocturnal Lepidoptera collected in Alaska by W. H. Dall, Director of the Scientific Corps of the Western Union Telegraph Company. Transactions of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 2: 25-32.
  3. Fabricius J (1787) Mantissa Insectorum. Hafniae.
  4. Reed H, Akre R, Garnett W (1979) A North American host of the yellowjacket social parasite Vespula austriaca (Panzer) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Entomological News 90: 110-113.

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