Wild Bees, Wasps and Ants and Other Stinging Insects

Edward SAUNDERS (1848 - 1910)

An overview of bees and stinging insects - Summary by Larry Wilson

Genre(s): Animals

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Larry Wilson
00:02:19
Play 01 The Subject in General  Larry Wilson
00:06:00
Play 02 The Solitary Groups  Steven Winiarski
00:03:32
Play 03 The Solitary Bees  Dafni Ma
00:07:04
Play 04 The Cuckoo Bees  Isabel Maddison
00:06:22
Play 05 The Fossors or Diggers  THBosc
00:07:19
Play 06 The Solitary Wasps  Robert Schwartz
00:05:07
Play 07 The Social Groups  John
00:04:00
Play 08 The Ants  Jim Locke
00:05:30
Play 09 The Social Wasps  Jim Locke
00:05:26
Play 10 The Humble Bees  Jim Locke
00:06:55
Play 11 The Bees With Bifid Tongues  Jim Locke
00:04:48
Play 12 The Bees with Pointed Tongues  Jim Locke
00:05:41
Play 13 Leaf-Cutting Bees  Twinkle
00:04:29
Play 14 Osmia and Its Habits  Lisa Statler
00:08:56
Play 15 A Colony of Anthophora  Lisa Statler
00:05:16
Play 16 Bees and Pollen-Collecting  Lisa Statler
00:08:10
Play 17 On Bees' Tongues and how They suck Honey  Lisa Statler
00:06:26
Play 18 A Dreadful Parasite  Jim Locke
00:04:38
Play 19 Amongst the Bees at Work  Jael Baldwin
00:08:02
Play 20 Ants their Guests and their Lodgers  Jim Locke
00:04:56
Play 21 How can an "Aculeate" be Recognized?  Jim Locke
00:04:20
Play 22 Males and Females  Jim Locke
00:05:52
Play 23 The Vagaries of Colour and Structure in the Sexes  Jim Locke
00:06:23
Play 24 The Distribution Rarity or Abundance of Various Species Amy Gramour
00:05:37
Play 25 On Bees' Wings  Jael Baldwin
00:03:30
Play 26 On Breeding Aculeates etc. Jim Locke
00:07:43
Play 27 On Colour  Amy Gramour
00:06:15
Play 28 The Development of Insects from the Egg  Larry Wilson
00:09:40
Play 29 On Structure  Larry Wilson
00:08:25