Delta Campaniforme Rendalli (Bingham) and Zeta Argillaceum (Linnaeus) Established in Southern Florida, and Comments on Generic Discretion in Eumenes s.l. (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Eumeninae)
AbstractDelta campaniforme rendalli (Bingham), an African wasp, and Zeta argillaceum (Linnaeus), a South American wasp, are established in southern Florida. These insects add two more genera to the North American fauna. The existing key to the North American genera is modified to include Delta and Zeta.
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