Dispersal of Olesicampe benefactor and Mesochorus dimidiatus in western Canada (Information report / Northern Forest Research Centre)

by J. A Muldrew

Publisher: Northern Forest Research Centre, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada

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Next species | Previous species | Key. Polistes exclamans Viereck, Figs B, 17; B, 8, 10, 12, 45; C–8. Species recognition. This species is unlikely to be confused with other species.

It is the only species in the area covered by.