What is another word for sceliphron?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛlɪfɹən] (IPA)

Sceliphron is a type of wasp that belongs to the family Sphecidae. They are commonly known as black and yellow mud daubers or potter wasps. The name "Sceliphron" derives from two Greek words that mean "leg" and "worm," referring to their elongated body shape and long legs. These wasps are known for their ability to create mud nests that resemble small pots or jars, which they use to lay their eggs. Synonyms for the word Sceliphron include mud dauber, potter wasp, and black and yellow wasp. Mud dauber is the most common synonym used for Sceliphron wasps due to their unique ability to create mud nests.

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Usage examples for Sceliphron

It's a habit common to many of those little devils: sceliphron cementarium, Eumenes coarcta, Eumenes fraterna, Bembix spinolae, Pelopoeus ...
"They Twinkled Like Jewels"
Philip José Farmer

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