The six remaining endopterygote orders dealt with in this chapter are quite distinct from those that form the panorpoid complex. Of the six, the order Hymenoptera appears most isolated phylogenetically and is sometimes considered in a distinct superorder, the Hy-menopteroidea, perhaps the sister group to the panorpoid complex. Except for the Strep-siptera, whose affinities remain unclear, the remaining orders are then tentatively united in a neuroptero-coleopteroid group (see Chapter 2, Section 3.2). Some authors include the Mecoptera and Raphidioptera as suborders within the order Neuroptera.

Beekeeping for Beginners

Beekeeping for Beginners

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