Features for Hymenoptera

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Figure 1. Scopa - a mat of setae for carrying pollen. In Megachilidae it is located on the abdominal terga.

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Figure 2. A sphecid wasp with special structures on the forelegs to facilitate digging - fossorial.

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Figure 3. Glossa - the 'tongue' of bees.

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Figure 4. Distal section of wing with numerous longitudinal wrinkles. Scoliidae.

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Figure 5. Three submarginal wing cells of Vespidae.

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Figure 9. The large jugal lobe of the hind wing in Sphecinae, Sphecidae.

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Figure 10. Tegula of a vespid wasp.

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Figure 11. The mesosternal plate of Scoliidae is not triangular. If triangular then it is Tiphiidae.