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  1. PCC Project Website
    This site provides information regarding the PCC Project (Proctotrupoidea, Ceraphronoidea, and Cynipoidea Phylogenetics) which is a part of the HymAToL grant to look specifically at relationships within these three superfamilies.
  2. Social Behavior of polisyine wasps
    This site covering all aspects of polistine wasps behavior and is a good resource site for teachers.
  3. International Society of Hymenopterists
    Publishers of the Journal of Hymenoptera Research - An entomological journal dedicated to the study of the bees, wasps, and ants.
  4. Hymenoptera Name Server Version 0.03
    The goal of the Hymenoptera Name Server is provide a unique mode of presentation of information on the names of organisms. The data are extracted from the scientific literature: from original descriptions, revisions, and taxonomic catalogs.
  5. Hymenoptera On-Line Database
    Provides for live queries of information from museum specimens as well as the literature from the Ohio State Insect Collection.
  6. PROCTOS Home Page
    Information about the PROCTOS newsletter.
  7. Catalog of Sphecidae
    This catalog covers the families Heterogynaidae, Ampulicidae, Sphecidae, and Crabronidae.
  8. Symphytos - A Web Forum on Sawflies & Horntails
    This website is devoted to the study of sawflies, wood wasps and horntails (Hymenoptera: Symphyta) in all aspects - ecology, systematics, behavior, pest management, etc. It is a resource not only for experienced researchers, but for students, amateurs and the general public as well.
  9. Sawfly Literature Database
    A literature database for sawfly researchers and enthusiasts.
  10. Nomina - Hymenoptera
    This website presents a classification of the Insects of North America as portrayed in Nomina Insecta Nearctica.
  11. Chalcidoids
    An introduction to the systematics and biology of the Chalcidoidea with literature links for the superfamily.
  12. IUSSI-NAS
    IUSSI stands for the International Union for the Study of Social Insects. They are a worldwide scientific society devoted to research on social arthropods, including: bees, ants, termites, and wasps.
  13. Antweb
    Every ant tells a story. AntWeb provides tools for exploring the diversity and identification of ants, contains incredible photographs and slideshows illustrating ant diversity.
  14. Antbase
    This site supplies links to all things Ant social insect related websites.
  15. FORMIS-A master Bibliography of Ant Literature
    A master bibliography of Ant literature.
  16. TMR firenze
    Research activities of this group are concentrated on behavioral ecology and sociobiology of paper-wasps (Polistinae) and hover-wasps (Stenogastrinae) and on the study of social parasitism in the genus Polistes.
  17. Tree of Life Web Project
    The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL) is a collaborative effort of biologists from around the world. On more than 5000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their evolutionary history (phylogeny), and characteristics.
  18. Hymenoptera Glossary
    This glossary is a product of an ongoing effort by the community to build an ontology of morphological terms used by hymenopterists. The ontology is fully accessible and editable through the web, and interested parties are encouraged to get involved in its development.