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Provides thorough accounts of the natural history of the major families of solitary wasps and also surveys the state of scientific research on these insects. Topics covered include: classification of the solitary wasps and their relation to other Hymenoptera; foraging and nesting behaviors; mating and parental strategies; thermoregulation; natural enemies; defensive strategies; and directions for future research.