Hymenoptera

sawflies, wasps, bees, ants

Braconidae Gnamptodontinae

Wings of Braconidae Gnamptodontinae from Goulet and Huber (1993, fig. 151)

Psaenythia bergi

Wings of Psaenythia bergi redrawn from Michener(2000, fig. 52).

Hymenoptera, fore wing

Hymenoptera, fore wing

Wing venation of Hymenoptera. Terminology based on Ross(1936)[1]. The image was drawn by Giancarlodessi.

References

  1. Ross H.H.
    (1936) The ancestry and wing venation of the hymenoptera. Annals Entomological Society of America 29:99-111.

Hymenoptera, fore wing

Hymenoptera, fore wing

Fore wing of Hartigia nigra (earlier Macrocephus satyrus) (a), Janus femoratus (earlier J. cynosbati) (b), J. abbreviatus (c), Orussus abietinus (d), Pelopoeus cementarius (e), Apis mellifera (f).
From Comstock (fig. 397) [1].

References

  1. Comstock J.H.
    (1918) The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.

Hymenoptera, fore wing veins

Hymenoptera, fore wing veins

Fore wing of typical Hymenoptera with veins marked. . From Comstock (fig. 425) [1].

References

  1. Comstock J.H.
    (1918) The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.

Hymenoptera, fore wing cells

Hymenoptera, fore wing cells

Fore wing of typical Hymenoptera with cells marked. From Comstock (fig. 426) [1].

References

  1. Comstock J.H.
    (1918) The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.

Hymenoptera, radius

Hymenoptera, radius

Wing of typical insect (a) and Hymenoptera (b) with radius marked r. From Comstock (fig. 427) [1].

References

  1. Comstock J.H.
    (1918) The wings of insects. The Comstock Publishing Company, Ithaca, N.Y.

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