Wild Bees, Wasps and Ants and Other Stinging Insects
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Wild Bees, Wasps and Ants and Other Stinging Insects

By Edward Saunders
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Table of Contents
  • WILD BEES, WASPS AND ANTS
  • WILD BEES, WASPS AND ANTS
    • And Other Stinging Insects
      • EDWARD SAUNDERS
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT
      • DESCRIPTION OF THE COLOURED PLATES
      • THE SUBJECT IN GENERAL
      • THE SOLITARY GROUPS
      • THE SOLITARY BEES
      • THE CUCKOO BEES
      • THE FOSSORS OR DIGGERS
      • THE SOLITARY WASPS
      • THE SOCIAL GROUPS
      • THE ANTS
      • THE SOCIAL WASPS
      • THE HUMBLE BEES
      • THE BEES WITH BIFID TONGUES
      • THE BEES WITH POINTED TONGUES
      • LEAF-CUTTING BEES
      • OSMIA AND ITS HABITS
      • A COLONY OF ANTHOPHORA
      • BEES AND POLLEN-COLLECTING
      • ON BEES' TONGUES, AND HOW THEY SUCK HONEY
      • A DREADFUL PARASITE
      • AMONGST THE BEES AT WORK
      • ANTS, THEIR GUESTS AND THEIR LODGERS
      • HOW CAN AN "ACULEATE" BE RECOGNIZED?
      • MALES AND FEMALES
      • THE VAGARIES OF COLOUR AND STRUCTURE IN THE SEXES
      • THE DISTRIBUTION, RARITY, OR ABUNDANCE OF VARIOUS SPECIES
      • ON BEES' WINGS
      • ON BREEDING ACULEATES, ETC.
      • ON COLOUR
      • THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSECTS FROM THE EGG
      • ON STRUCTURE
      • INDEX
      • NOTES
    • EDWARD SAUNDERS
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE COLOURED PLATES
    • THE SUBJECT IN GENERAL
    • THE SOLITARY GROUPS
    • THE SOLITARY BEES
    • THE CUCKOO BEES
    • THE FOSSORS OR DIGGERS
    • THE SOLITARY WASPS
    • THE SOCIAL GROUPS
    • THE ANTS
    • THE SOCIAL WASPS
    • THE HUMBLE BEES
    • THE BEES WITH BIFID TONGUES
    • THE BEES WITH POINTED TONGUES
    • LEAF-CUTTING BEES
    • OSMIA AND ITS HABITS
    • A COLONY OF ANTHOPHORA
    • BEES AND POLLEN-COLLECTING
    • ON BEES' TONGUES, AND HOW THEY SUCK HONEY
    • A DREADFUL PARASITE
    • AMONGST THE BEES AT WORK
    • ANTS, THEIR GUESTS AND THEIR LODGERS
    • HOW CAN AN "ACULEATE" BE RECOGNIZED?
    • MALES AND FEMALES
    • THE VAGARIES OF COLOUR AND STRUCTURE IN THE SEXES
    • THE DISTRIBUTION, RARITY, OR ABUNDANCE OF VARIOUS SPECIES
    • ON BEES' WINGS
    • ON BREEDING ACULEATES, ETC.
    • ON COLOUR
    • THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSECTS FROM THE EGG
    • ON STRUCTURE
    • INDEX
    • NOTES
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