High resolution macro of Wasp found in Greece

John W. Wenzel,
Ph.D. Entomologist

Executive Director Conemaugh Valley Conservancy

Promoting knowledge of the living world, preserving it for future generations. 

Pictured: Euglossa analis

The ants, bees, and wasps (insects we call Hymenoptera,) represent one of the great flourishes of evolution.

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John W. Wenzel,
Ph.D. Entomologist

Executive Director Conemaugh Valley Conservancy

Promoting knowledge of the living world, preserving it for future generations. 

Pictured: Euglossa analis

The ants, bees, and wasps (insects we call Hymenoptera,) represent one of the great flourishes of evolution.

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