Lissodynerus septemfasciatus feanus, nest content 150 typical nest in a bamboo nest-trap, showing two cells patitioned with a resin operculum containing one post-feeding larva and a feeding larva with mass provision of preys 151 post-feeding larva and silk pupal chamber, the meconium is not yet voided 152 resin cell partition and feeding larva and mass prey provision 153 pupa 154 entrance resin plug and Phorid fly 155–158 Orancistrocerus aterrimus erythropus, nest and nest contents 155 nest affixed on the underside of a roof showing a tubular entrance vestibule to a cell under provisioning 156 typical nest in bamboo nest-trap showing three cells with fully provisioned cells and feeding larvae and the two intercalary cells 157 post-feeding larva with symbiotic mite 158 diapausing post-feeding larva with gravid symbiotic mite and numerous nymphes 159–160 Calligaster himalayensis, nest affixed to a hanging substrate 159 normal view, in 160 nest is rotated approximately 180 degree to show two new cell entrances.

  Part of: Li T-J, Barthélémy C, Carpenter JM (2019) The Eumeninae (Hymenoptera, Vespidae) of Hong Kong (China), with description of two new species, two new synonymies and a key to the known taxa. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 72: 127-176.