Chartergellus jeannei, a New Species of the Swarming Social Wasps from the Amazon Forest (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Epiponini).
Keywords:Social wasps, Polistinae, Chartergellus
AbstractA new species, Chartergellus jeannei Andena & Soleman, is described.
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