e-Book The Potter Wasp (Nature Close-Ups Series) (English and Japanese Edition) download
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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree Publication Date: 1986 Binding: Library Binding Book Condition: Good.
Bibliographic Details Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree Publication Date: 1986 Binding: Library Binding Book Condition: Good. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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Potter wasps (or mason wasps), the Eumeninae, are a cosmopolitan wasp group presently treated as a subfamily of Vespidae, but sometimes recognized in the past as a separate family, Eumenidae. Most eumenine species are black or brown, and commonly marked with strikingly contrasting patterns of yellow, white, orange, or red (or combinations thereof), but some species, mostly from tropical regions, show faint to strong blue or green metallic highlights in the background colors.
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This vacated potter wasp nest had been used as a nesting site by a Hylaeus species as revealed by the clear, cellophane-like .
This vacated potter wasp nest had been used as a nesting site by a Hylaeus species as revealed by the clear, cellophane-like membrane sealing the entrance.
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