The Journal of Hymenoptera Research is a peer-reviewed, open-access, rapid online journal launched to accelerate research on all aspects of Hymenoptera, including biology, behavior, ecology, systematics, taxonomy, genetics, and morphology.

Publisher
Pensoft Publishers
Website
http://www.pensoft.net/journals/jhr
Impact factor
0.531 (2011)

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First Australian night bees recorded foraging in darkness

Australian bees are known for pollinating plants on beautiful sunny days, but a new study has identified two species that have adapted their vision for night-time conditions for the first time.

Accidental tree wound reveals novel symbiotic behavior by ants

One afternoon, during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in Panama, a bored teenager with a slingshot and a clay ball accidentally shot entry and exit holes in a Cecropia tree trunk. These are "ant-plant" trees, which ...

Tinkerbella nana, a new species of fairyfly

It's just about visible to the naked eye and has a name that makes you wonder if it's make-believe. Tinkerbella nana sounds like something from a fairytale, but it is a new genus and species of fairyfly, the group of tiny ...

Rare bee found after 100 years

A widespread field search for a rare Australian native bee not recorded for almost a century has found it's been there all along—but is probably under increasing pressure to survive.

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