NPMA ACE SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

  1. SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

    #? body segments
    3
  2. SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

    Thorax = #? pairs of jointed legs
    3
  3. SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

    Thorax = # pairs of wings
    2
  4. _ exoskeleton
    Chitinous
  5. SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

    #? pair of antennae
    1
  6. SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA

    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    Class?
    Order?
    • Animalia
    • Arthropoda
    • Insecta
    • Hymenoptera
  7. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    ? = sensing the environment
    antennae
  8. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    ? = chemical signalling
    antennae
  9. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    _ compound eyes
    large
  10. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    Large _ eyes
    compound
  11. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    Large compound _
    eyes
  12. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    Mouthparts?
    Chewing, lapping
  13. HYMENOPTERAN MORPHOLOGY

    constriction between thorax and abdomen = ?
    pedicel
  14. HYMENOPTERAN STINGS

    Stinging insects have o_ that have been modified to deliver venom.
    ovipositors
  15. Only _ have capable stingers
    females
  16. Stings can cause r_ d_
    respiratory dysfunction
  17. Stings can cause a_
    anaphylaxis
  18. HYMENOPTERAN STINGS

    approximately # deaths annually in the US
    100
  19. Mining bees = family = A_
    Andrenidae
  20. Digger bees = family = A_
    Apidae
  21. Plasterer and Yellow faced bees = family = C_
    Colletidae
  22. Sweat and Alkali bees = family = H_
    Halictidae
  23. Mason/Leaf = family = M_
    Megachilidae
  24. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    #? species in North America
    1,200
  25. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    1/3 to ? inches long
    1/3 to 2/3 inches long
  26. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    ? to 2/3 inches long
    1/3 to 2/3 inches long
  27. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    Excavate tunnels in s_ , preferably in areas with little _
    • soil
    • vegetation
  28. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    Males and females overwinter in b_
    burrows
  29. Andrenidae = Mining bees

    High density of burrows may result in l_ d_
    lawn damage
  30. Apidae = Digger bees

    1/2 to _ inches long
    1/2 to 2/3 inches long
  31. Apidae = Digger bees

    _ to 2/3 inches long
    1/2 to 2/3 inches long
  32. Apidae = Digger bees

    Stout and h_ bodies
    hairy
  33. Apidae = Digger bees

    S_ and hairy bodies
    Stout
  34. Apidae = Digger bees

    Nest in burrows or n_ o_ b_
    naturally occuring banks
  35. Apidae = Digger bees

    Nest in b_ or naturally occurring banks
    burrows
  36. Apidae = Digger bees

    Coat burrow with a_-f_ and waterproof secretion
    anti-fungal
  37. Apidae = Digger bees

    Coat b_ with anti-fungal and waterproof secretion
    burrow
  38. Apidae = Digger bees

    Coat burrow with anti-fungal and w_ secretion
    waterproof
  39. Apidae = Digger bees

    Coat burrow with anti-fungal and waterproof s_
    secretion
  40. Apidae = Digger bees

    Some females may share a n_
    nest
  41. Apidae = Digger bees

    Some females may share a nest, but are not truly s_
    social
  42. Apidae = Digger bees

    Some Digger bees are p_
    parasitic
  43. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    #? species in North America
    100
  44. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    _ to 2/3 inches long
    1/3
  45. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    1/3 to _ inches long
    2/3
  46. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    H_ with pale bands on abdomen
    Hairy
  47. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Hairy with p_ b_ on abdomen
    pale bands
  48. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Hair with pale bands on a_
    abdomen
  49. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    B_ into soil
    Burrow
  50. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Burrow into s_
    soil
  51. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Use brick and stone c_ and cover the burrow with a translucent secretion
    crevices
  52. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Use b_ and s_ crevices and cover the burrow with a translucent secretion
    brick and stone
  53. Colletidae = Plasterer bees

    Use brick and stone crevices and cover the burrow with a t_ s_
    translucent secretion
  54. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees
    _ inches long
    1/4
  55. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    w_ like in appearance
    wasp
  56. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    W_/y_ regions on face
    white/yellow
  57. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    white/yellow r_ on face
    regions
  58. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    white/yellow regions on f_
    face
  59. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    Nest in c_, soil, and other cavities
    crevices
  60. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    Nest in crevices, s_, and other cavities
    soil
  61. Colletidae = Yellow-faced bees

    Nest in crevices, soil, and other c_
    cavities
  62. Halictidae = S_ and Alkali bees
    Sweat
  63. Halictidae = Sweat and A_ bees
    Alkali
  64. Family? = Sweat and Alkali bees
    Halictidae
  65. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees
    #? North American species
    500
  66. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    inch? long
    1/2 inch long
  67. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    color? = often m_ g_, blue, or bronze
    metallic green
  68. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    color? = often metallic green, b_, or bronze
    blue
  69. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    color? = often metallica green, blue, or b_
    bronze
  70. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    Nest in _ excavated in soil
    burrows
  71. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    Nest in burrows excavated in _
    soil
  72. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    N_ a_ , beneficial pollinators
    non aggressive
  73. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    Non aggressive, b_ p_
    beneficial pollinators
  74. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    Will only sting if f_ h_
    forcibly handled
  75. Halictidae = Sweat and Alkali bees

    Some species are attracted to _
    sweat
  76. Family? = Mason/Leaf cutter bees
    Megachilidae
  77. Megachilidae = M_/Leaf cutter bees
    Mason
  78. Megachilidae = Mason/L_ c_ bees
    Leaf cutter bees
  79. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    #? to 3/4 inches long
    1/4 inch
  80. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    1/4 inch to #? long
    3/4 inch
  81. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    color?   dark often with w_ or y_ bands
    white or yellow bands
  82. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    color?   dark often with white or yellow b_
    bands
  83. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    Nest in g_ or c_ in wood
    ground or cavities
  84. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    Nest in ground or cavities in w_
    wood
  85. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    sometimes nest in r_ w_
    rotten wood
  86. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    sometimes nest in w_ s_
    wood shingles
  87. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    sometimes nest in i_ p_
    insulation panels
  88. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    Do not pose a s_ t_, but may be u_
    • structural threat
    • unsightly
  89. Megachilidae = Mason/Leaf cutter bees

    adults chew and can damage o_ p_
    ornamental plants
  90. Cicada killer = family = C_
    Crabronidae
  91. Cicada killer = S_ s_
    Sphecius speciousus
  92. Cicada Killer

    distribution = across N_ A_
    North America
  93. Cicada Killer   morphology

    # inch to 1 5/8 inch
    1 inch
  94. Cicada Killer   morphology

    1 inch to # inch
    1 5/8 inch
  95. Cicada Killer   morphology

    s_ wings
    smoky
  96. Cicada Killer   morphology

    b_ with yellow markings on abdomen
    black
  97. Cicada Killer   morphology

    black with y_ markings on abdomen
    yellow
  98. Cicada Killer   morphology

    black with yellow markings on a_
    abdomen
  99. Cicada Killer   morphology

    legs color = jQuery1124024762838261331577_1549761889446? / light brown
    yellow
  100. Cicada Killer   morphology

    legs color = yellow / l_ b_
    light brown
  101. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females excavate nesting site in s_ s_ or c_ with forelegs (ground nesting)
    sandy soil or clay
  102. Cicada Killer   nesting

    f_ excavate nesting site in sandy soil or clay with forelegs (ground nesting)
    females
  103. Cicada Killer   nesting


    females excavate nesting site in sandy soil or clay with f_ (ground nesting)
    forelegs
  104. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females excavate nesting site in sandy soil or clay with forelegs (g_ n_)
    ground nesting
  105. Cicada Killer   nesting

    entrance to nesting site remains o_
    open
  106. Cicada Killer   nesting

    f_ hunt for hosts, often cicadas, sting them and provision the nest with them.
    females
  107. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females hunt for h_, often cicadas, sting them and provision the nest with them.
    hosts
  108. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females hunt for hosts, often c_, sting them and provision the nest with them.
    cicadas
  109. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females hunt for hosts, often cicadas, sting them and p_ the nest with them.
    provision
  110. Cicada Killer   nesting

    females hunt for hosts, often cicadas, sting them and provision the n_ with them.
    nest
  111. Cicada Killer   habitat

    r_, urban, forestland
    rural
  112. Cicada Killer   habitat

    rural, u_, forestland
    urban
  113. Cicada Killer   habitat

    rural, urban, f_
    forestland
  114. Cicada Killer   behavior

    adults consume n_
    nectar
  115. Cicada Killer   behavior

    a_ consume nectar
    adults
  116. Cicada Killer   behavior

    s_ hunters
    solitary
  117. Cicada Killer   behavior

    solitary h_
    hunters
  118. Cicada Killer   behavior

    sometimes called d_ w_
    digger wasps
  119. Cicada Killer   behavior

    also used as h_ = grasshoppers, beetles, spiders
    hosts
  120. Cicada Killer   behavior

    also used as hosts = g_, beetles, spiders
    grasshoppers
  121. Cicada Killer   behavior

    also used as hosts = grasshoppers, b_, spiders
    beetles
  122. Cicada Killer   behavior

    also used as hosts = grasshoppers, beetles, s_
    spiders
  123. Cicada Killer   behavior

    h_ are paralyzed by sting, not killed
    hosts
  124. Cicada Killer   behavior

    hosts are p_ by sting, not killed
    paralyzed
  125. Cicada Killer   behavior

    hosts are paralyzed by s_, not killed
    sting
  126. Cicada Killer   behavior

    hosts are paralyzed by sting, not k_
    killed
  127. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber = family? = S_
    Sphecidae
  128. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    scientific name = S_ caementarium
    Sceliphron
  129. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    scientific name = Sceliphron c_
    caementarium
  130. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    size = # inch to 1 1/8 inch
    1 inch
  131. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    size = 1 inch to # inch
    1 1/8
  132. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    body shape = s_
    slender
  133. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    pedicel shape = l_ s_
    long skinny
  134. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    color of band on abdomen?
    yellow
  135. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    color of wings = s_ to d_
    smoky to dark
  136. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = s_ wasp
    solitary
  137. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = l_ molt several times and pupate within brood cell
    larvae
  138. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae m_ several times and pupate within brood cell
    molt
  139. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae molt #? times and pupate within brood cell
    several
  140. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae molt several times and pupate within b_ cell
    brood
  141. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = m_ uncommon before mid summer
    males
  142. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    life cycle = males uncommon before m_ s_
    mid summer
  143. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = f_ wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of moist clusters of mud
    female
  144. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct t_ nesting cells out of moist clusters of mud
    tubular
  145. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of m_ c_ of mud
    moist clusters
  146. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of moist clusters of m_
    mud
  147. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    f_ sting and paralyze spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    females
  148. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    females s_ and p_ spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    sting and paralyze
  149. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze s_ and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    spiders
  150. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze spiders and provision each t_ c_ with a spider and an egg
    tubal chamber
  151. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a s_ and an e_
    spider and an egg
  152. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    nests are often affixed to c_ and w_ of buildings
    ceilings and walls
  153. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    behavior = adults consume n_
    nectar
  154. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    behavior = a_ consume nectar
    adults
  155. Black and Yellow Mud Dauber

    behavior = d_
    docile
  156. Organpipe Mud Dauber = family = S_
    Sphecidae
  157. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    scientific name = T_ clavatum
    Trypoxlyon
  158. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    scientific name = Trypoxylon c_
    clavatum
  159. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    scientific name = Trypoxylon p_
    politum
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    organpipe mud dauber
  161. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    length = # inch
    1
  162. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    pedicel shape = l_ and s_
    long and skinny
  163. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    pedicel shape = t_-w_
    thread waisted
  164. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    body color = b_ b_
    bluish black
  165. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    wings color = b_ b_
    bluish black
  166. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    I_ appearance in certain light
    irridescent
  167. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    Irridescent appearance in certain l_
    light
  168. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = e_ placed in individual tubal chambers
    eggs
  169. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = eggs placed in individual t_ c_
    tubal chambers
  170. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = _ molt several times and pupate within brood cell
    larvae
  171. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae _ several times and pupate within brood cell
    molt
  172. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae molt # times and pupate within brood cell
    several
  173. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae molt several times and _ within brood cell
    pupate
  174. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    life cycle = larvae molt several times and pupate within b_ cell
    brood
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    black and yellow mud dauber
  176. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    a_ wasps emerge in spring
    adult
  177. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    adults wasps emerge in _
    spring
  178. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = _ wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of moist clusters of mud
    female
  179. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct t_ nesting cells out of moist clusters of mud
    tubular
  180. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of m_ c_ of mud
    moist clusters
  181. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nesting behavior = female wasps construct tubular nesting cells out of moist clusters of m_
    mud
  182. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    _ sting and paralyze spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    females
  183. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    females s_ and p_ spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    sting and paralyze
  184. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze s_ and provision each tubal chamber with a spider and an egg
    spiders
  185. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze spiders and provision each t_ c_ with a spider and an egg
    tubal chamber
  186. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    females sting and paralyze spiders and provision each tubal chamber with a s_ and an e_
    spider and an egg
  187. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    Nests are often affixed to _ and _ of buildings
    ceilings and walls
  188. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nest characteristics = v_ t_ tubes constructed in a row
    vertical thin
  189. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    nest characteristics = vertical thin tubes constructed in a r_
    row
  190. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    behavior = _ guard brood chambers
    males
  191. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    behavior = males guard b_ c_
    brood chambers
  192. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    behavior = _ consume nectar
    adults
  193. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    behavior = adults consume _
    nectar
  194. Organpipe Mud Dauber

    behavior = _ behavior
    docile
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    velvet ant
  196. Velvet ant = family = M_
    Mutillidae
  197. Velvet Ant

    distribution = _ , southern, eastern US
    western
  198. Velvet Ant

    distribution = western, _ , eastern US
    southern
  199. Velvet Ant

    distribution = western, southern, _ US
    eastern
  200. Velvet Ant
    length = #? to 1 inch long
    1/8 inch
  201. Velvet Ant

    length = 1/8 inch to #? long
    1 inch
  202. Velvet Ant

    physical description = d_ hairy, bright colored, banded
    densely
  203. Velvet Ant

    physical description = densely h_ , bright colored, banded
    hairy
  204. Velvet Ant

    physical description = densely hairy, b_ colored, banded
    bright
  205. Velvet Ant

    physical description = densely hairy, bright colored, b_
    banded
  206. Velvet Ant

    males and females look _ _
    very different
  207. Velvet Ant

    males and females look very different = s_ d_
    sexual dimorphism
  208. Velvet Ant

    Female = w_
    Males = fully w_
    • wingless
    • fully winged
  209. Velvet Ant

    antennae = elbowed or not elbowed?
    not elbowed
  210. Velvet Ant

    s_ wasps
    solitary
  211. Velvet Ant

    mating occurs in _
    flight
  212. Velvet Ant

    _ parasitize larvae and pupae of other hymenoptera
    females
  213. Velvet Ant

    females p_ larvae and pupae of other hymenoptera
    parasitize
  214. Velvet Ant

    females parasitize l_ and pupae of other hymenoptera
    larvae
  215. Velvet Ant

    females parasitize larvae and p_ of other hymenoptera
    pupae
  216. Velvet Ant

    females parasitize larvae and pupae of other h_
    hymenoptera
  217. Velvet Ant
    no n_ c_
    nest contstruction
  218. Velvet Ant

    females p_ other insects in their nest or chamber
    parasitize
  219. Velvet Ant

    females parasitize other insects in their n_ or c_
    nest or chamber
  220. Velvet Ant

    females can give incredibly painful sting "c_ k_"
    cow killer
  221. Velvet Ant

    adults feed on _ and _
    nectar and water
  222. Velvet Ant

    females are often seen r_ a_
    running about
  223. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    Solitary bees and wasps are typically of m_ concern
    minimal
  224. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    areas with h_ activity are usually associated with a n_ site
    • heaviest
    • nesting
  225. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    determine the t_ level posed by the species and proximity of the nest to h_ s_ before continuing
    • threat
    • human structures
  226. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    it may be determined that n_ action is n_
    • no
    • necessary
  227. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    c_ t_ are made to the nest, not foraging sites
    chemical treatments
  228. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    chemical treatments are made to the n_, not foraging sites
    nest
  229. STINGING PESTS - CONTROL STRATEGIES

    chemical treatments are made to the nest, not f_ s_
    foraging sites
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    carpenter bee
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    cicada killer
  232. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    Distribution = # species across US
    7
  233. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    length = # to 4/5 inch
    1/3 inch
  234. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    length = 1/3 to # inch
    4/5
  235. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    body = r_
    robust
  236. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    thorax = h_
    hairy
  237. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    abdomen = b_
    bare
  238. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    often have a m_ sheen
    metallic
  239. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    often have a metallic s_
    sheen
  240. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    similar appearance to b_ b_
    bumble bees
  241. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    same family as b_ b_
    bumble bees
  242. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    family = A_
    Apidae
  243. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    genus = X_
    Xylocopa
  244. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    females have d_ heads than males
    darker
  245. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    females have darker h_ than males
    heads
  246. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    _ have darker heads than _
    females have darker heads than males
  247. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    life cycle = s_
    solitary
  248. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    life cycle = females c_ narrow tunnels into dry wood (lumber dead trees)
    chew
  249. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    life cycle = females chew n_ t_ into dry wood (lumber dead trees)
    narrow tunnels
  250. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    life cycle = females chew narrow tunnels into d_ w_ (lumber dead trees)
    dry wood
  251. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    life cycle = females chew narrow tunnels into dry wood (l_ d_ t_)
    lumber dead trees
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    sweat and alkali bees
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    digger bees
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    mining bees
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    Halictid bee
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    syrphid fly
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    honey bee
  258. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells within the tunnel are filled with p_, nectar, and one egg
    pollen
  259. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells within the tunnel are filled with pollen, n_, and one egg
    nectar
  260. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells within the tunnel are filled with pollen, nectar, and #jQuery112409267749132306895_1549850082958? egg
    one
  261. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells are divide by w_ c_ and saliva, usually 6 cells per tunnel
    wood chips
  262. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells are divide by wood chips and s_, usually 6 cells per tunnel
    saliva
  263. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    cells are divide by wood chips and saliva, usually # cells per tunnel
    6
  264. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    in late SEASON? , adults emerge from their cell and tunnel
    summer
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    carpenter bee brood cell
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    carpenter bee
  267. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    habitat = f_ , meadows, rural, urban
    forests
  268. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    habitat = forests, m_, rural, urban
    meadows
  269. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    habitat = forests, meadows, r_, urban
    rural
  270. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    habitat = forests, meadows, rural, u_
    urban
  271. Image Upload 14
    carpenter bee
  272. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    holes chewed in wood are r_
    round
  273. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    size of chewed holes in wood = # inch to 1/2 inch in diameter
    1/3 inch
  274. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    size of chewed holes in wood = 1/3 inch to # inch in diameter
    1/2
  275. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    often chew holes a_ t_ g_ of the wood
    against the grain
  276. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    chews holes in wood.... s_ and p_ visible
    sawdust and pollen
  277. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    prefer u_ and u_ wood
    unfinished and unpainted
  278. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    adults consume _
    nectar
  279. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    b_ c_ provisioned with nectar and pollen
    brood cells
  280. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    brood cells provisioned with _ and _
    nectar and pollen
  281. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    d_ over years can amount to significant d_
    • damage
    • destruction
  282. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    CONTROL = p_ or v_ exposed wood surfaces
    paint or varnish
  283. WOOD DESTROYING = CARPENTER BEE

    CONTROL = apply _ _ to wood surfaces likely to be attacked
    residual insecticide
  284. Chemical treatments for stinging pests should be made to the nest, never the foraging site. T OR F
    T
  285. Which bee are you less likely to find burrowing in the soil?




    C) Plaster bees
  286. It is not important to identify the species of stining pest you are trying to manage, because the management strategy for all stinging pests is the same. T OR F
    F
  287. Solitary bees and wasps are only found in the southern United States. T OR F
    F
  288. Adult Cicada Killer wasps are most commonly seen:




    A) In mid-late summer
  289. The velvet ant belonges to what family?




    D) Mutillidae
  290. Which of these bees is not considered a beneficial pollinator? 




    D) None of the above
  291. Which strategy is least likely to reduce carpenter bee damage?

    *Painting or varnishing exposed wood
    *Treating exposed wood with a residual insecticide prior to carpenter bee activity in the spring
    *Replacing exposed wood with plastic composite
    *Treating exposed wood with a residual insecticide prior to carpenter bee activity in the fall
    Treating exposed wood with a residual insecticide prior to carpenter bee activity in the fall
  292. Velvet ants are not ants at all, they are actually _.
    wasps
Author
ianquinto
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NPMA ACE SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA
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SOLITARY HYMENOPTERA
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