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Reactions to insect stings, both allergic and toxic, are seen commonly in pediatric practice. Stinging insects include honeybees, bumblebees, sweat bees, wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, harvester ants, and fire ants, all belonging to the order Hymenoptera of the class Insecta. Only female...

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