NPMA SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA 02

  1. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    # pair of antennae
    1
  2. SOCIAL HYMENTOPTERA
    # pairs of jointed legs. # pairs of wings.
    • 3
    • 2
  3. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA covered

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
  4. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA mouthparts?

    ?
    ?
    • chewing
    • lapping
  5. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    constricted segment between thorax and abdomen
    Pedicel
  6. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    _ basket
    Pollen
  7. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    Stinging insects have _ that have been modified to deliver venom.
    ovipositors
  8. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    only _ have capable stingers
    females
  9. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    _ = overlapping generations, cooperating caring for young, construction and maintenance of communal living structure.
    Eusocial
  10. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    _ queens mate with _
    Virgin queens mate with drones
  11. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    Fertilized eggs yield _
    females
  12. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    Unfertelized eggs yield _
    males
  13. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    _ eggs yield females.
    Fertilized
  14. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    _ eggs yield males.
    Unfertilized
  15. SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA

    Foraging, brood care, nest construction, maintenance, and colony defense is done by _ females.
    sterile
  16. Adults consume nectar. Adults feed larvae, pre chewed insects. Foragers will take human food. Will sting readily and repeatedly.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Yellowjackets
  17. Nests are constructed with chewed wood pulp and saliva. Variable shapes but internally decreasing sized tiers.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Yellowjackets
  18. Aerial and ground nesting _ exist. Aerial nests are large and globular.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Yellowjackets
  19. Nests can contain adopted queens that overwintered and reach massive sizes if they survive for years.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Yellowjackets
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    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Yellowjackets
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    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Paper wasp
  22. Often nests on structures. Forages in fields, gardens, meadows.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Paper wasps
  23. Nests attached to underside of eaves, structural corners and voids. Nests are made from chewed wood pulp, plant matter and saliva. Umbrella like nest construction.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Paper wasps
  24. Adults consume plant juices and nectar from rotting fruits. Adults pre chew insects and feed larvae. Less aggressive stingers than yellowjackets and hornets but can be aggressive when threatened. Capacity to inflict painful stings.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Paper wasps
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    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Hornet
  26. Found in forests and cities alike. Covered, light colored paper nest. Often nests in hollow trees, wall voids, under porches, attics.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Hornet
  27. Adults consume nectar and insects. Adults feed larvae pre chewed insects. Workers defend nest aggressively. Very painful sting. Adults attracted to lights at night. Can be active in late fall.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Hornet
  28. True _ are large, aggressive, and capable of inflicting painful stings

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Hornet
  29. Apis mellifera

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Honey bee
  30. Over 24+ sub species exits. Imported for use in agriculture. Brought to North America in 17th century.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Honey bee
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    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Honey bee
  32. Apis mellifera scutellata, aka
    African honey bee
  33. African honey bees are provoked by _ _ _ and large mobile objects.
    high noise levels
  34. African honey bees are provoked high noise levels and _ _ _.
    large mobile objects
  35. African honey bees will purse threats for # of feet.
    hundreds of feet
  36. African honey bees are difficult to distinguish from _ _ _ .
    African honey bees have slightly _ _.
    • European honey bees
    • shorter wings
  37. HONEY BEE ISSUES

    Live within hives, attach themselves to bees and consume hemolymph. Attack eggs and adults.

    Varroa mites
    Small hive beetles
    Varroa mites
  38. HONEY BEE ISSUES

    Live within hives, damage honey and combs.

    Varroa mites
    Small hive beetles
    Small hive beetles
  39. Typically nest below ground: empty rodent burrows, dense groupings of tall grass. Spaces excavated around landscaping features, compost piles.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Bumble bee
  40. Sometimes nest above ground in structural voids, bird nests, attics. Nests contain queen, brood, wax, and honey (inedbile to humans).

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Bumble bee
  41. Adults consume nectar, larvae are fed honey.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Bumble bee
  42. Hive disturbances can elicit an aggressive response and intruders will be pursued. Threatened hives will produce a loud buzzing sound as a deterrent. Capable of multiple stings.

    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Bumble bee
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    Yellowjackets. Paper wasps. Hornets. Honey bees. Bumble bees.
    Bumble bee
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NPMA SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA 02
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NPMA SOCIAL HYMENOPTERA 02
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