Pachodynerus nasidens (Latreille)

Genaro, Julio A., 2011, Vespidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) of Puerto Rico, West Indies, Insecta Mundi 2011 (202), pp. 1-35: 12

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5161518

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scientific name

Pachodynerus nasidens (Latreille)
status

 

Pachodynerus nasidens (Latreille)  

Odynerus nasidens Latreille, 1817: 112   , pl. 15 fig. 1-2, female (MZST).

Odynerus brevithorax   ; de Saussure 1853a: pl. 17 fig. 9. Misidentification.

Odynerus simplicicornis de Saussure, 1855: 253   , male (in subgenus Odynerus   , division Epsilon   ) � “L’ile de Cuba ” (MNHN). � Willink 1972: 70, 72 (syn. of P. nasidens (Latreille))   .

Odynerus brachygaster   ; Lucas in Guérin-Méneville 1857: 771, pl. 19 fig. 6 ( Cuba). Misidentification.

Odynerus auratus de Saussure, 1858: 166   , female (in subgenus Odynerus   , division Epsilon   ) � “Le Mex� ique” (type depository unknown); 1875: 233 (syn. of Odynerus nasidens   ).

Odynerus nasidens var. minor de Saussure, 1875: 233   , male, female (MHNG). � Bohart 1951: 892 (syn. of P. nasidens (Latreille))   .

Odynerus magdalenae Kriechbaumer, 1900: 98   , 105, pl. 1 fig. 8, female - “Columbien: Puerto Berrio am R. Magdalena ” (ZSMU). � Schulz 1904: 260 (syn. of Odynerus nasidens   ).

Pachodynerus nasidens   ; Brèthes 1906: 345 fig. 21. - Wolcott   1936: 568 (Pachodyneurus [!]); 1941: 156 (Pachodyneurus [!]); 1951: 861.

Pachodynerus simplicicornis   ; Bertoni 1911: 112.

Odynerus clavilinatus Cameron, 1912: 222   , female non male � “ British Guiana ” (holotype female BMNH). � Willink 1972: 69, 72 ( O. clavilineatus   [!]; female type is syn. of P. nasidens   ).

This species is widespread, occurring throughout South and Central America, and widely adventive in the Pacific Basin (Menke 1986; Yamane et al. 1996; Willink and Roig-Alsina 1998). Numerous pub� lications have dealt with the biology of this species, including detailed studies of population dynamics in Jamaica ( Freeman and Jayasingh 1975a, b; Jayasingh and Taffe 1982). Its proclivity for nesting in pre�existing cavities is indicated by the common name “keyhole wasp” in Hawaii, and which has doubt� less aided its spread by humans. Wolcott   (1941, 1951) published some flower visiting records in Puerto Rico.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Eumenidae

Genus

Pachodynerus

Loc

Pachodynerus nasidens (Latreille)

Genaro, Julio A. 2011
2011
Loc

Odynerus clavilinatus

Willink, A. 1972: 69
Cameron, P. 1912: 222
1912
Loc

Pachodynerus simplicicornis

Bertoni, A. 1911: 112
1911
Loc

Pachodynerus nasidens

Wolcott, G. N. 1936: 568
Brethes, J. 1906: 345
1906
Loc

Odynerus magdalenae

Schulz, W. A. 1904: 260
Kriechbaumer, J. 1900: 98
1900
Loc

Odynerus nasidens var. minor de Saussure, 1875: 233

Bohart, R. M. 1951: 892
Saussure, H. L. F. 1875: 233
1875
Loc

Odynerus auratus de Saussure, 1858: 166

Saussure, H. L. F. 1858: 166
1858
Loc

Odynerus brachygaster

Guerin-Meneville, M. F. E. 1857: 771
1857
Loc

Odynerus simplicicornis de Saussure, 1855: 253

Willink, A. 1972: 70
Saussure, H. L. F. 1855: 253
1855