aculeate


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having or resembling a stinger or barb

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gundlachi Decurved terminal spine emerges from between flanges; spine surface aculeate, invested with fine retorse teeth (Fig.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of the methanolic extract of Neorhodomela aculeate in hippocampal and microglial cells.
Although most bee flies attack aculeate Hymenoptera, some species of Bombyliidae are found seeking for hosts over open, sandy ground environments, attacking orthopteran egg pods or larvae of Myrmeleontidae (Kits et al.
Notes, with descriptions of new species, on aculeate Hymenoptera of the Australian region.
Blades 3-12 cm long, curved, glabrous; apex of the leaves acute, slightly pungent and aculeate.
Kleptoparasitism is further known as an obligate habit in the anthomyiid genera Leucophora and Eustalomyia Kowarz, 1873, in which the females lay eggs in the borrows of solitary and presocial pollen- or flesh-storing aculeate Hymenoptera (Amiet & Volkart 1983; Meyer-Holzapfel 1986; Polidori et al.
Mejia-Saules 2008-103 (XAL) Guadua aculeate Mexico, Chiapas, - Rupr.
Matt Smith, an entomologist, looked at several groups of insects across the airport, principally at the aculeate hymenoptera - bees, wasps and ants.
Ants, bees and stinging wasps all belong to the aculeate (stinging) Hymenoptera clade - the insect group in which social behavior is most extensively developed, senior author and ant specialist Phil Ward, professor of entomology at UC Davis, said.
Ants, bees and stinging wasps all belong to the aculeate (stinging) Hymenoptera clade -- the insect group in which social behavior is most extensively developed, said senior author and ant specialist Phil Ward, professor of entomology at UC Davis.
gov/java/), Celtis pallida, Cephalanthus occidentalis, Condalia hookeri, Maclura pomifera, Melia azedarach, Morus rubra, Parkinsonia aculeate, Prosopis glandulosa, and Ungnadia speciosa.
2005) report no relationship between bees, grasshoppers, and aculeate wasps, in a mosaic landscape in the Swiss Alps.