A New Species of the Neotropical Social Swarming-Wasp Chartergellus Bequaert (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Epiponini).
Keywords:Epiponini, New Species, Chartergellus zucchii
Abstract- A new species of Chartergellus, collected in Acre State, is described and comparative remarks are given.
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