Specimen 159 - Yeji Park
Location of collection:
GGC Site 2
Date of collection:
Shannon-Wiener Index of Biodiversity:
Distinguishing morphological features of Order:
Body: often "wasp-like"
wings: 4 membranous present
Antennae: fairly long
mouth:well developed chewing mandibls
Sub-order ? Family ? After sequencing, genus and species ?
Egg-> Larva-> Pupa-> Adult
The number of chromosomes an indiviual possesses determined the sex of hymenoptera.
What it eats:Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage
They are mostly herbivorous, which they are feeding on leaves or pine needles.
Bees feed on nectar and pollen.
Habitat: Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage
soil, leaf litter, on grasses, shrubs, and trees
Ecological Importance: Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage
Hymenoptera, the most prevalent and successful of insect parasites.
Plants cannot reproduce without the helpful intervention by hymenoptera.
Economic/agricultural/human health importance: Larval/nymphal stage Adult stage
Pollination is essential for human nutrition.