Predators - Hymenoptera

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Polistes olivaceus (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Justin C. Smith, MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory
Source: PaDIL

Hymenoptera - predators

The Hymenoptera have 2 pairs of membranous wings. Some are agricultural and forest pests or medical and veterinary pests like wasps and hornets, however, the group includes many beneficial species like parasitoids and insect predators. This page deals with the latter group.

This page deals only with beneficial predator Hymenoptera. For other beneficial groups see:

For other groups of Hymenoptera see:

The following families of predatory Hymenoptera are currently included in this group: