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The nest and pre-pupa of the solitary wasp Crossocerus (Cuphopterus) dimidiatus (Fabr.), with biological notes (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae)

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The prepupa (post-defaecating larva) of Crossocerus (Cuphopterus) dimidiatus (Fabr.) is described and larval morphology is compared with that ctescribed by previous authors for other species of crabronid wasps. Information is given on the nest structure and the dipterous prey. The choice of nest site and prey is discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Hope Dept. of Entomology, Univ. Museum, Oxford OX 1 3PW, England; 2: Lab. Ecol., Dept. Biol. Veg., Univ. de Brasilia, Brasilia D.F., Brasil


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