Group of insects, the sub-order Symphyta, in the order Hymenoptera.
Arge humeralis: Argid Sawfly
Photographs and information on this species.
Atomacera decepta: Mallow or Hibiscus Sawfly
Photographs and information on the natural history of this species.
Diprionidae
Information from Wikipedia on this family of sawflies, the larvae of which can be major forest pests.
Dolerus nitens
Photographs and information on this species.
Dolerus unicolor
Photographs and information on this species.
Horntail
Encyclopedia article from Wikipedia on the family Siricidae.
Neodiprion Spp: Pine Sawflies
Provides photographs and information on these insects with destructive larvae, their distribution, description, biology, hosts, detection and management.
Periclista marginicollis: Sawfly
Photograph of larvae, with information on their hosts, symptoms, life cycle and description.
Pterygophorus insignis: Sawfly
Photograph of the larva of this sawfly.
Sawflies, Wood Wasps and Horntails
Information on these insects of the suborder Symphyta, their life cycle and classification, with links to other related sites.
Sawfly
Information from Wikipedia on this group of insects in the order Hymenoptera, including their classification, description and life cycle.
Sirex Horntails
Photographs, description, life history and habits of Sirex areolatus, Sirex cyaneus, Sirex juvencus californicus and Sirex longicauda.
Virginia Pine Sawfly: Neodiprion pratti pratti
Photographs and information on this insect and its destructive larvae.
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