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Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

Wallace E. LaBerge

Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

by Wallace E. LaBerge

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Published by Illinois Natural History Survey in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apidae.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWallace E. Laberge.
    SeriesIllinois Natural History Survey bulletin -- v. 36, article 3
    ContributionsIllinois. Natural History Survey Division.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 67-162 :
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19043758M

    About this book. The genus Calliteara Butler, contains small to medium-sized Lymantriinae moths, which as part of the tribe Orgyiini previously included 70 species and subspecies distributed in the Palaearctic, Oriental, Australian and Oceania regions. This revision inventories all species related to the genus Calliteara within this distribution and clarifies the systematic position of Subgeneric revision of the bees of the genus Coelioxys of the Western Hemisphere (Hymenoptara: Megachilidae). Raleigh, Dept. of Entomology, North Carolina State University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore B Mitchell

    The wild bees of the island were studied extensively by the native George Mavromoustakis, a world-renowned bee taxonomist, who collected extensively on the island from to and summarised The Bees of the World. 2nd edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. Michez D. & Eardley C.D. Monographic revision of the bee genus

    species of bees from Fars province including 25 species of the genus Eucera. On the basis of published data and the presen t study, 47 species of eucerine bees are known to date from Iran (Table 1). A taxonomic revision of Catalpa (Bignoiaceae), a genus of perennial trees frequently used in horticulture as garden and street trees, is provided. Eight natural species and two hybrid species are recognized, four in sect. Catalpa, four in sect. Macrocatalpa, and two hybrid species in sect. Catalpa. Although C. punctata has been used for one of the tropical species, C. macrocarpa is the correct


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Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae) by Wallace E. LaBerge Download PDF EPUB FB2

The genus Tetraloniella was proposed by Ashmead in (p. 61) to include a small Palearctic eucerine bee, Macrocera graia Eversmann, known to Ashmead only in the female sex. This specimen and several others of this species have been examined by the present author but no male specimen has come available, thus the critical characters of the terminalia have not been :// The genus Tetraloniella was proposed by Ashmead in (p.

61) to include a small Palearctic eucerine bee, Macrocera graia Eversmann, known to Ashmead only in the female sex. This specimen and several others of this species have been examined by the present author but no male specimen has come available, thus the critical characters of the Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World, (Hymenoptera: Apidae).

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Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 36(3): 67– INHS B Revision of the Bees of the Genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae) $ Authors: LaBerge, W.E.; C. Warwick, ed. ; 95 pages. The genus Tetraloniella was proposed by Ashmead in (p.

61) to include a small Palearctic eucerine bee, Macrocera graia Eversmann, know to Ashmead only in the female ://   November Revision of the Bees of the Genus Tetraloniella in the New World 67 The genus Tetraloniella was proposed by Ashmead in (p. 61) to include a small Palearctic eucerine bee, Macrocera graia Eversmann, known to Ashmead only in the female sex.

This specimen and several others of this species have been examined by the Article 1 - A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere Part XIV—Subgenus Onagrandrena.

Wallace E. LaBerge and Robbin W. Thorp Article 3 - Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Wallace E. :// Get this from a library.

Contributions toward a revision of the New World Nomadine bees: a partitioning of the genus Nomada (Hymenoptera, Anthophoridae). [Roy R Snelling]   Tetraloniella cressoniana[2][3][4] är en biart som först beskrevs av Cockerell Tetraloniella cressoniana ingår i släktet Tetraloniella och familjen långtungebin.[5][6] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.[5]   LaBerge, W.E.

Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Illinois Natural History Survey bulletin, 36(3): 67– handle; Links. ION; Nomenclator Zoologicus The Bees of the World. 2nd edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.

Munyuli M.B.T. Climatic, regional land-use intensity, landscape, and local variables predicting best the occurrence and distribution of bee community diversity in various farmland habitats in ://   LABERGE W.E.

() Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin, 36(3) Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin, 36(3) A new species of the eucerine bee genus Tetraloniella Ashmead (Apinae: Eucerini) is described and figured from central Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Tetraloniella (Tetraloniella) persiciformis sp. is distinguished on the basis of coloration, integumental sculpturing, Revision of the bee genus Chlerogella (Hymenoptera: Halictidae), Part III: New records and a new species from Peru Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Melittology 9(9):1–8 May with 50 A new species of the eucerine bee genus Tetraloniella Ashmead (Apinae: Eucerini) is described and figured from central Saudi Arabia and oniella (Tetraloniella) persiciformis sp.

is distinguished on the basis of coloration, integumental sculpturing, male metafemoral structure, and male terminalia. A floral record of Pulicaria undulata (L.) C.A.

Mey. (Compositae) is noted for some   LaBerge, W.E. () Revision of the bees of the genus Tetraloniella in the New World (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Illinois natural history survey bulletin, 36, LaBerge, W.E.

& Thorp, R.W. () A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Alqarni AS, Hannan MA, Engel MS. () A new wild, pollinating bee species of the genus Tetraloniella from the Arabian Peninsula (Hymenoptera, Apidae).

ZooKeys doi: /zookeys [PMC free article] Brooks RW. () Systematics and phylogeny of the anthophorine bees (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae; Anthophorini). University A specialized pollen-harvesting device in European bees of the genus Tetraloniella (Apidae, Eucerini) Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Snelling R.R. Bees of the genus Centris in California. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 1‒8. Snelling R.R. The taxonomy and nomenclature of some North American bees of the genus Centris with description of new species (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae). Contributions in Science, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History 1‒Get this from a library!

Contributions toward a revision of the New World nomadine bees. 2, The genus Melanomada (Hymenoptera, Anthophoridae). [Roy R Snelling; Jerome G Rozen, Jr.]Revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere.

Champaign, Ill.: Illinois Natural History Survey, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wallace E LaBerge; Robbin W