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Pollen wasps, the Masarinae, are unusual wasps that are typically treated as a subfamily of Vespidae, but have in the past sometimes been recognized as a separate family, "Masaridae", which also included the subfamilies Euparagiinae and . It is a small subfamily, unique among wasps in feeding their larvae exclusively with pollen and nectar, in a fashion quite similar to many solitary bees. Most species are black or brown, marked with strikingly contrasting patterns of yellow, white, or red (or combinations thereof). They are most diverse and abundant in the desert regions of southern Africa, but also occur in the deserts of North and South America. Some species of Pseudomasaris in California, such as Pseudomasaris vespoides, bear a remarkable resemblance to yellow jackets, but can be recog

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  • Honigwespen
  • Pollen wasp
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  • Les Masarinae (les Masarines en français), forment une sous-famille d'hyménoptères de la famille des Vespidae. Ce sont des guêpes solitaires fouisseuses ou maçonnes qui ont la particularité de nourrir leurs larves de pollen et de nectar. Leur genre-type est .
  • Цветочные осы, мазарины (лат. Masarinae) — подсемейство одиночных ос семейства складчатокрылых (Vespidae). Ранее выделялось в самостоятельное семейство мазарид (Masaridae).
  • Die Honigwespen (Masarinae) bilden eine Unterfamilie der Faltenwespen (Vespidae) in der Ordnung der Hautflügler. Weltweit gibt es etwa 210 Arten, die vor allem in den trockenwarmen Regionen leben, nur eine Art (Celonites abbreviatus) erreicht auch Mitteleuropa. Die einzige in Deutschland vorkommende Art, Celonites abbreviatus, ist dort sehr selten und bisher nur an wenigen, klimatisch begünstigten Stein- und Felsgebieten mit geringer Vegetation in Bayern, Baden-Württemberg, Thüringen und Sachsen-Anhalt gefunden worden.
  • Pollen wasps, the Masarinae, are unusual wasps that are typically treated as a subfamily of Vespidae, but have in the past sometimes been recognized as a separate family, "Masaridae", which also included the subfamilies Euparagiinae and . It is a small subfamily, unique among wasps in feeding their larvae exclusively with pollen and nectar, in a fashion quite similar to many solitary bees. Most species are black or brown, marked with strikingly contrasting patterns of yellow, white, or red (or combinations thereof). They are most diverse and abundant in the desert regions of southern Africa, but also occur in the deserts of North and South America. Some species of Pseudomasaris in California, such as Pseudomasaris vespoides, bear a remarkable resemblance to yellow jackets, but can be recog
  • Los masarinos ( Masarinae) o avispas del polen son una subfamilia de himenópteros apócritos de la familia Vespidae, aunque anteriormente a veces se las trataba como a una familia independiente (Masaridae), que incluía también a la subfamilia Euparagiinae. Como visitan numerosas flores son buenos polinizadores.
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  • Pseudomasaris vespoides
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  • *Priscomasarini **Priscomasaris *Paragiini **Metaparagia **Paragia *Masarini **Celonites **Ceramiopsis **Ceramius **Jugurtia **Masarina **Masaris **Pseudomasaris **Quartinia **Trimeria
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  • Die Honigwespen (Masarinae) bilden eine Unterfamilie der Faltenwespen (Vespidae) in der Ordnung der Hautflügler. Weltweit gibt es etwa 210 Arten, die vor allem in den trockenwarmen Regionen leben, nur eine Art (Celonites abbreviatus) erreicht auch Mitteleuropa. Wie alle Faltenwespen besitzen die Honigwespen Flügel, die sie in Längsrichtung zusammenfalten können. Im Gegensatz zu ihren Verwandten versorgen sie ihre Larven aber ausschließlich mit Pollen und Nektar als Nahrung, ähnlich wie die Bienen, und besitzen als Anpassung an den Blütenbesuch oft verlängerte Mundwerkzeuge. Die meisten Arten der Honigwespen leben solitär und legen ihre Eier einzeln in Brutzellen ab. Die einzige in Deutschland vorkommende Art, Celonites abbreviatus, ist dort sehr selten und bisher nur an wenigen, klimatisch begünstigten Stein- und Felsgebieten mit geringer Vegetation in Bayern, Baden-Württemberg, Thüringen und Sachsen-Anhalt gefunden worden.
  • Los masarinos ( Masarinae) o avispas del polen son una subfamilia de himenópteros apócritos de la familia Vespidae, aunque anteriormente a veces se las trataba como a una familia independiente (Masaridae), que incluía también a la subfamilia Euparagiinae. Es una subfamilia pequeña, con la característica desusada entre las avispas de que usan polen y néctar para alimentar a sus crías en vez de presas. Esto se asemeja más al comportamiento de las abejas que a las avispas. La mayoría de las especies son negras o marrones con fuertes diseños de colores contrastantes como amarillo, blanco, rojo o combinaciones de estos. Alcanzan su mayor diversidad y abundancia en las regiones desérticas de Sudáfrica pero también se las encuentra en los desiertos de Norte América y Sudamérica. Algunas especies de en California, como , se asemejan a otras avispas vespoideas pero se distinguen de éstas por sus antenas en forma de maza, una característica distintiva de esta subfamilia. Los machos tienen antenas muy largas, éstas también terminan en una maza. Acarrean polen en el buche y lo devuelven junto con néctar cuando están almacenando las celdas de sus nidos. Depositan un huevo en la mezcla semilíquida antes de cerrar cada celdilla. Generalmente construyen los nidos de barro y agua o hacen túneles en el suelo y éstos pueden tener de una a varias celdas. Generalmente los nidos están colocados en lugares escondidos, bajo rocas o en grietas. Como visitan numerosas flores son buenos polinizadores.
  • Pollen wasps, the Masarinae, are unusual wasps that are typically treated as a subfamily of Vespidae, but have in the past sometimes been recognized as a separate family, "Masaridae", which also included the subfamilies Euparagiinae and . It is a small subfamily, unique among wasps in feeding their larvae exclusively with pollen and nectar, in a fashion quite similar to many solitary bees. Most species are black or brown, marked with strikingly contrasting patterns of yellow, white, or red (or combinations thereof). They are most diverse and abundant in the desert regions of southern Africa, but also occur in the deserts of North and South America. Some species of Pseudomasaris in California, such as Pseudomasaris vespoides, bear a remarkable resemblance to yellow jackets, but can be recognized by their strongly clubbed antennae, a characteristic feature of the subfamily. Males have greatly elongated antennae, but still ending in a strong club. They carry pollen in their crops, and regurgitate it along with nectar when provisioning the cells of their nests, and they lay their eggs in the soupy mass before sealing the cell. The nests are often constructed of mud, or burrows in the ground, and these can have one to multiple individual cells. The nests are commonly located in concealed places, such as under rocks or in crevices.
  • Les Masarinae (les Masarines en français), forment une sous-famille d'hyménoptères de la famille des Vespidae. Ce sont des guêpes solitaires fouisseuses ou maçonnes qui ont la particularité de nourrir leurs larves de pollen et de nectar. Leur genre-type est .
  • Цветочные осы, мазарины (лат. Masarinae) — подсемейство одиночных ос семейства складчатокрылых (Vespidae). Ранее выделялось в самостоятельное семейство мазарид (Masaridae).
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