1. Hymenopteran, (order Hymenoptera), any member of the third largest—and perhaps the most beneficial to humans—of all insect orders. More than 115,000 species have been described, including ants, bees, ichneumons, chalcids, sawflies, wasps, and lesser-known types.
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2. Hymenopterans, the "membrane-winged" insects, include bees, ants, and a large number of other insect taxa collectively referred to as wasps.The Hymenoptera include famous examples of social insects, such as honeybees and true ants; these insects have developed regimented social systems in which members are divided into worker, drone, and queen castes.
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3. A more comprehensive catalog of Hymenopteran genomes is needed for research into the evolutionary processes underlying the expansive diversity in terms of ecology, behavior, and physiological traits within this group
4. Additional sequencing is needed to generate an assembly for even 0.05% of the estimated 1 million Hymenopteran species, and we
5. The majority of Hymenopteran stings are self-limiting events, which resolve in a few hours without treatment
6. While we will eventually have identification tips included in the Species Accounts for all species that occur in the state, there are a number of other identification guides that already exist and are specifically tailored for identifying an unknown Hymenopteran.
7. Hymenopteran [ hī′mə-nŏp ′tər-ən ] Any of various insects of the order Hymenoptera, having two pairs of wings and a characteristic thin constriction that separates the abdomen from the thorax
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8. Some Hymenopterans live in complex social groups.
9. Hymenopteran (plural Hymenopterans) Any insect of the order Hymenoptera: the bees, wasps and ants etc
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10. Hymenopteran (not comparable) Relating to or denoting Hymenopterans
11. References “Hymenopteran”, in Lexico, Dictionary.com; Oxford University Press, 2019–present.
12. Order Hymenoptera animal order - the order of animals class Hexapoda, class Insecta, Hexapoda, Insecta - insects; about five-sixths of all known animal species hymenopter, Hymenopteran, hymenopteron, hymenopterous insect - insects
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13. Hymenopteran antennae are bent like an elbow or knee, and they have compound eyes
14. Hymenopterans are chiefly small to medium-sized insects, usually with four membranous wings and a narrow waist that sets off the abdomen from the thorax, or middle region of the body
15. We found 12 answers for “Hymenopteran”
16. This page shows answers to the clue Hymenopteran.Hymenopteran may be defined as “One of the Hymenoptera“Hymenopteran Related 'feather, feather-like“Animal belonging to the group comprised of the ants”.
17. Hymenopterans Medical entology Insects of the order Hymenoptera–eg, honeybee, yellow jacket, yellow hornet, white-faced hornet, polistes wasp and ants
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18. Hymenopteran families Apidae Honeybees–Apis mellifera–may react to pheromones released by a hivemates and swarm victim Bombidae Bumblebees are relatively docile and
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19. Research Interests: Hymenopteran systematics, Parasitoid behavior and ecology, Extrafloral nectary insect interactions
20. The Hymenopteran is an alien invasive species in Europe
21. Population Dynamics of Native Parasitoids Associated with the Asian Chestnut Gall Wasp (Dryocosmus kuriphilus) in Italy The species is monophilic, being pollinated by a species belonging to a Hymenopteran genus Trigona and edible pollen grain is the only reward offered to the pollinator.
22. The smallest known insect in the world is a Hymenopteran Alaptus magnanimus and the largest single colony of insects so far recorded are also Hymenopteran, being Ants of the genus Formica in Japan (F
23. My favorite example of another Arthropod that can sting other than a Hymenopteran is the longhorn beetle, Onychocerus albitarsis
24. Eusocial Hymenopteran insects exhibit extreme social behaviors
25. The wasp Opius dissitus Muesebeck is a solitary, larva-pupal, Hymenopteran endoparasitoid of Liriomyza leafminers
26. Sawflies most closely resemble the Hymenopteran ancestor group and show the following characteristics that distinguish them from wasps, bees and ants: The body has no waist
27. The stinging Hymenopteran velvet ants (Mutillidae) and bumble bees (Apidae: Bombus spp.) have both undergone extensive diversification in aposematic color patterns, including yellow-red hues and contrasting dark-light body coloration, as a result of Müllerian mimicry
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28. The following 19 species are added to the list of Arkansas endemics: two fungi, three gastropods, one araneid, two opilionids, two pseudoscorpions, one diplopod, three collembolans, two trichopterans, one coleopteran, one dipteran, and one Hymenopteran.In addition, seven species (one pseudoscorpion, one collembolan, one bivalve, one ephemeropteran, and three trichopterans) are removed from the
29. ‘The honeybee, like other Hymenopteran species, is characterized by a haplodiploid system of reproduction.’ ‘The first linkage map for a Hymenopteran species followed soon after.’ ‘The Hymenopteran and mecopteran arolium may be patterned in lines.’
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30. What does ant mean? Any of numerous Hymenopteran insects of the family Formicidae, characteristically having wings only in the males and fer
31. The evolution of Hymenopteran wings: The importance of size
32. Hymenopteran definition: any hymenopterous insect Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
33. Innate immunity and its evasion and suppression by Hymenopteran endoparasitoids
hymenopteran (noun) · hymenopterans (plural noun) · hymenopteran (adjective)
hymenopteran - insects having two pairs of membranous wings and an ovipositor specialized for stinging or piercing. hymenopter, hymenopteron, hymenopterous insect. insect - small air-breathing arthropod. Hymenoptera, order Hymenoptera - an order of insects including: bees; wasps; ants; ichneumons; sawflies; gall wasps; etc.
: any of an order (Hymenoptera) of highly specialized insects with complete metamorphosis that include the bees, wasps, ants, ichneumon flies, sawflies, gall wasps, and related forms, often associate in large colonies with complex social organization, and have usually four membranous wings and the abdomen generally borne on a slender pedicel.
Hymenopteran, (order Hymenoptera), any member of the third largest—and perhaps the most beneficial to humans—of all insect orders. More than 115,000 species have been described, including ants, bees, ichneumons, chalcids, sawflies, wasps, and lesser-known types. Except in the polar regions, they
The order includes the best known of the social insects—ants and some species of bees and wasps. Most species, however, are solitary in habit. Hymenopterans may be parasitic or nonparasitic, carnivorous, phytophagous, or omnivorous.