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Hymenoptera. Vespina. Vespida. Bees, ants, sawflies, horntails and other wasps. Male reproductive system. Male genitalia of Hymenoptera. Symphyta. Phylogenetic systematics of Hymenoptera. Phylogenetic systematics of Symphyta. Xyeloidea, Tenthredinoidea, Pamphilioidea, Cephoidea, Siricoidea, Xiphydrioidea, Orussoidea. Xyelidae, Blasticotomidae, Tenthredinidae, Diprionidae, Cimbicidae, Argidae, Pergidae, Pamphiliidae, Megalodontesidae, Megalodontidae, Cephidae, Siricidae, Anaxyelidae, Xiphydriidae, Orussidae.

HYMATOL PROJECT ON THE PHYLOGENY OF HYMENOPTERA



















Official Project Website: http://www.HymAToL.org

The NSF provided substantial financial support for our joint project on the phylogeny of Hymenoptera in the AToL (=Assembling the Tree of Life) framework for 5 years.



Main Investigators



Mike Sharkey Morphology and molecules of Ichneumonoidea, Platygastroidea, and minor apocritan superfamilies.
Female reproductive system.
Jim Carpenter Morphology of Aculeata.
John Heraty Morphology and molecules of Chalcidoidea and Mymarommatoidea.
Fred Ronquist Morphology and molecules of Cynipoidea, Ceraphronoidea, and Proctotrupoidea.
Susanne Schulmeister Morphology and molecules of 'Symphyta'.
Molecules for Aculeata.
Male reproductive system for all Hymenoptera.
Lars Vilhelmsen Morphology of 'Symphyta'.
Thorax morphology for all Hymenoptera.
Alex Rasnitsyn Hymenopteran fossils.

Mike Engel Morphology (incl. fossils) of Apoidea.





Jim Carpenter modeling our T-Shirt with the project logo:



Hymenoptera. Vespina. Vespida. Bees, ants, sawflies, horntails and other wasps. Male reproductive system. Male genitalia of Hymenoptera. Symphyta. Phylogenetic systematics of Hymenoptera. Phylogenetic systematics of Symphyta. Xyeloidea, Tenthredinoidea, Pamphilioidea, Cephoidea, Siricoidea, Xiphydrioidea, Orussoidea. Xyelidae, Blasticotomidae, Tenthredinidae, Diprionidae, Cimbicidae, Argidae, Pergidae, Pamphiliidae, Megalodontesidae, Megalodontidae, Cephidae, Siricidae, Anaxyelidae, Xiphydriidae, Orussidae.



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