A new species of the social wasp genus Chartergellus Bequaert from Trinidad, (Hymenoptera: Vespidae, Polistinae, Epiponini)
A new species of the social wasp genus Chartergellus is described, Chartergellus trinitatis Carpenter and Andena, NEW SPECIES. Male genitalia are described and comparative remarks are given.
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