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Abstract Bees comprise a monophyletic group of seven families with more than 16000 described species worldwide. Convincing new phylogenetic hypotheses suggest that one of the smallest families, the Melittidae, could be the basal group of the bee clade. Among the 14 melittid genera, the genus...
Abstract The oligolectic bumblebee Bombus gerstaeckeri Morawitz has been recorded in the Ukrainian Carpathians for the first time during field research from 2002 to 2007. Queens and workers of the species have been observed foraging on two Aconitum spp. within 540 m and 1400 m altitude. The...
Résumé Cette publication présente les résultats d’une étude de 6.263 spécimens de Xylocopinae récoltés en France métropolitaine (France continentale et Corse) et en Belgique et qui proviennent de récoltes personnelles et de 63 institutions et collections privées. Les Xylocopinae de France sont...
Abstract We here report on observations on the parasitism of the solitary bee Colletes hederae Schmidt & Westrich (Hymenoptera: Colletidae) by triungulins (first instar larvae) of the European beetle Stenoria analis (Schaum) (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Our observations carried out in western France...
Abstract Until now, all males of bumblebees are known to attract conspecific females by marking places with a chemical signal secreted by their cephalic labial gland. The specific combination of patrolling flight and scentmarking is of outmost importance to bumblebees as it is their main species...
Abstract A new specimen of the rare fossil bee Thaumastobombus andreniformis Engel 2001 (Apidae: Apinae: Electrapini) is reported and figured from middle Eocene (Lutetian) Baltic amber. The new specimen, a female of the worker caste, agrees in every respect with the holotype except some...
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