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- Ves**** alascensis is a species of yellowjacket that inhabits North America. Although it was named in 1870, it was, until 2010, treated as a taxonomic...
- to be Ves**** vulgaris were found to be a different species, Ves**** alascensis. Ves**** vulgaris is a eusocial vespid that builds its grey paper nest...
- Zealand, and eastern Australia The North American yellowjacket (Ves**** alascensis), eastern yellowjacket (Ves**** maculifrons), western yellowjacket (Ves****...
- Kodiak Island alexandrae Grinnell, 1909 - Alaska and British Columbia alascensis Swarth, 1926 - Alaska leucopterus Taverner, 1932 - Arctic islands of North...
- Kazakhstan, and China. "Rhysodromus alascensis species details". Catalogue of Life. Retrieved 2018-05-11. "Rhysodromus alascensis". GBIF. Retrieved 2018-05-11...
- Bathyphantes alascensis is a species of sheetweb spider in the family Linyphiidae. It is found in the United States and Canada. "Bathyphantes alascensis Report"...
- America. Ves**** acadica (Sladen, 1918) – forest yellowjacket Ves**** alascensis Packard, 1870 – common yellowjacket Ves**** arisana (Sonan, 1929) Ves****...
- cichorii Boisduval, 1869 Platarctia modesta Packard, 1864 Nemeophila alascensis Stretch, 1906 Eupsychoma geometrica Grote, 1865 Nemeophila geddesi Neumoegen...
- Alaska and western Canada, and consists of the large subspecies V. v. alascensis, V. v. abietorum, V. v. regalis, and V. v. rubricosa. The southern (or...
- conifers are preferred for foraging. Northern Group Brown Creeper (C.a. alascensis) Brown Creeper (C.a. americana) Brown Creeper (C.a. leucosticta) Brown...
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