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wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli

M. V. Brian

wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli

feeding, foraging and colony development

by M. V. Brian

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Published by [Royal Entomological Society of London] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vespula sylvestris

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 26.

    Statement[by] Brian, M.V., and Brian, A.D.
    SeriesRoyal Entomological Society of London. Transactions, v. 103, pt. l, 1952
    ContributionsBrian, A. D., Royal Entomological Society of London.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p. illus.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14788635M

    Tree Wasp - Vespula sylvestris, nests suspended from the branches of trees or constructed underground Vespula is a small genus of social wasps, widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. Along with members of their sister genus Dolichovespula, they are collectively known by the common name yellowjackets (or yellow jackets) in North America. (Fabricius) and tree wasp D. sylvestris Scopoli (Table 1). By far the most common species was the common wasp, V. vulgaris, which made up % of the catch.

      Dolichovespula sylvestris or the tree wasp is found in Europe but has close relatives in North America. In the southeastern part of the US, the colony sizes of the groud nesting southern yellowjacket (Vespula squamosa) can reach , adult wasps due to the ability of the wasps to persist through the winter. General information about Dolichovespula sylvestris (VESPSI) European Union funding: For a three-year period ( to ), EPPO has been awarded an EU.

    The authors are indebted to Mrs Leslie Mandl, of the Israel Pharmacological Trust, and to Dr J. Lengy of the Tel-Aviv University, for critical review of the manuscript. REFERENCES' Brian, M. V. & Brian, A. D. (). The wasp Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: Feeding, foraging and colony development. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., , Decourt, P. (). The importance of worker behaviour in the colony organization of the social wasps,Vespula Vulgaris (L.) andV. Germinaca (F.) (Vespidae — The wasp,Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: feeding, foraging and colony R. ent. Soc — A study of the biology of the Common Wasp,Vespula vulgaris L., with special reference to the.


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Dolichovespula sylvestris (Scopoli,) Vespula xinjiangensis LEE Description and notes. A medium sized, long-cheeked social wasp which is the most common species of the genus Dolichovespula in Britain.

sylvestris has a relatively short life-cycle with typical flight periods as follows. "The Wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: Feeding, Foraging and Colony Development" ().Cited by: (PDF) Brian & Brian () The wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: feeding, foraging and colony development | Anthony Daglio - is a platform for academics to.

Download Citation | OnM. Brian and others published The wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: Feeding, foraging and colony development | Find, read and cite all the research you need. Orkney Dolichovespula sylvestris (Scopoli, ) () J. Crossley, pers. comm. Orkney Vespula rufa (Linnaeus, ) () J. Crossley, pers.

comm. Faroe Islands Vespula vulgaris Vespula sylvestris Scopoli book, ) This study Faroe Islands Vespula germanica (Fabricius, ) This study ).

The one British species that does not occur in Suffolk is Vespula austriaca, the Cuckoo Wasp. As this name suggests, this species acts as a cuckoo within nests of another social wasp, Vespula. Red Wasp - Vespula rufa - Often red on abdomen, only two yellow spots on rear of thorax.

Wood Wasp - Dolichovespula sylvestris wasp Common species, single black dot on face. Saxon Wasp - Dolichovespula saxonica - Large and uncommon species. Norwegian Wasp. The tree wasp was first classified in by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli, a Vespula sylvestris Scopoli book and physician who is known for classifying many species.

He originally classified it as Vespa sylvestris, and later it was moved to the genus Dolichovespula. [11]. Tree Wasp Dolichovespula sylvestris (Scopoli, ) A large wasp which is probably fairly common across much of Nottinghamshire.

Facial features. Detail of Botticelli's Venus and Mars,with a wasp's nest on right, probably a symbol of the Vespucci family (Italian vespa, wasp) who commissioned the painting. [83] Wasp () is a science fiction book by the English writer Eric Frank Russell ; it.

Scientific synonyms. Vespa sylvestris Scopoli, o Vespula sylvestris (Scopoli, ) Vespa pilosella Costa, Vespa silvestris (Scopoli, ) (misspelling) m Dolichovespula silvestris (misspelling) m. Brian (M. V.) and Brian (A. D.) — The wasp,Vespula sylvestris Scopoli.

Feeding, foraging and colony R. ent. Soc. Lond., p. 1– Life and fertility tables are constructed for V. vulgaris (Linnaeus ) and D. sylvestris (Scopoli ) from data collected by 5 authors. The life table of V. vulgaris takes account of loss of (a) potential queens, (b) queens during the winter, (c) queen nests and small-cell pre-September colonies and (d) September-onwards colonies.

Dolichovespula is a small genus of social wasps distributed widely throughout the Northern yellow and black members of the genus are known by the common name yellowjackets in North America, such as Dolichovespula norwegica, along with members of their sister genus a study on the nesting biology of Dolichovespula, a colony of D.

Tree Wasp Dolichovespula sylvestris (Scopoli, ) The key to this Wasp's identification is the elongated face, which in Common Wasp is more rounded. This is a fairly common wasp in the southern counties of the UK and in Scotland. There are fewer records across the rest of.

Wasps (Vespula vulgaris) are social insects, forming large colonies. The queen spends winter hibernating under shelter and emerges in spring to establish a new nest.

Her first offspring are workers which take over nest chores. A “paper” wasp nest is made by mixing saliva with wood fibres and grows over summer to reach the size of a football. Vespula vulgaris, known as the common wasp, is found in various regions, including the United Kingdom, Germany, India, China, New Zealand, and Australia.

It is sometimes known as the European wasp, but the same name is used for the species Vespula germanica, which is also known as the German r name for Vespula vulgaris is the common yellow-jacket.

Here, we investigated whether climate change affected the morphology of a social wasp species, Dolichovespula sylvestris (Scopoli) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae), in the Iberian Peninsula, an area where global warming was recently associated with increased vulnerability of invertebrates (Hernández‐Manrique et al., ).

Brian MV, Brian AD. The wasp, Vespula sylvestris Scopoli: feeding, foraging and colony development. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London. ; – Cameron SA, Robinson GE.

Juvenile hormone does not affect division of labor in bumble bee colonies (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. Vespula vulgaris Common Wasp Vespula germanica German Wasp Vespula rufa Red Wasp Dolichovespula sylvestris Tree Wasp Dolichovespula sylvestris Tree Wasp Dolichovespula media Median Wasp Dolichovespula saxonica.

Vespa crabro Hornet queen. Ancistrocerus parietum Wall Mason Wasp specimen examined. Ancistrocerus trifasciatus. D. sylvestris is a medium-sized wasp that has yellow and black stripes and a black dot in the center of its clypeus.

This species is less aggressive in comparison to many wasps, but will sting.Gavin adds, 'The red wasp (Vespula rufa) and the tree wasp (Dolichovespula sylvestris) are also common.

The Saxon wasp (Dolichovespula saxonica) only arrived in Britain in the s and it's mainly common in the south. 'The European hornet (Vespa crabro) is quite common in parts of the south, but it is more of a woodland species,' says Gavin.The commonest is the Common Wasp Vespula vulgaris followed by the German Wasp Vespula germanica, both of which nest underground and in cavities in trees, walls and buildings.

The Tree Wasp Dolichovespula sylvestris is locally common and very aggressive and builds its nest in trees and other aerial sites as well as underground.