I’m assuming you mean species other than honeybees, which have been experiencing a population decline due mostly to the emergence of Colony Collapse Disorder in 2006.
Many other native bee populations are experiencing declines. According to the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, these types of bees are vulnerable, endangered and/or possibly extinct:
Yellow faced bees.
It appears that there has not been much research on declines of wasp populations, though the Antennal-waving wasp is on the IUCN Red List as “lower risk/near threatened” as of 1996.
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