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revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere.

Wallace E. LaBerge

revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere.

by Wallace E. LaBerge

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Published by University of Nebraska State Museum in [Lincoln] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Andrena,
  • Bees -- Western Hemisphere

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWallace E. LaBerge.
    SeriesBulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum -- v. 7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination316 p. :
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16941999M

    Pierre Rasmont, Stuart P.M. Roberts, Denis Michez, Oliver Schweiger, Sébastien Patiny, Markus Franzén, Thibaut De Meulemeester, Bodgan Tomozei & Vladimir G. Radchenko Atlas of the European Bees: genus Andrena First on line VIII Updated charlesrosier.com, X, charlesrosier.com This page is constructed in the framework of the STEP project. Andrena (mining bees) Britain's largest bee genus with 68 species recorded from the British Isles and a further one (A. agilissima) from the Channel Islands. Size varies from small (e.g. the mini-miners of the subgenus Micrandrena) to rather larger than a Honey Bee (A. hattorfiana).

    Sep 22,  · In honor of Distinguished Professor and Curator Emeritus Charles D. Michener’s 97th birthday, the Journal of Melittology publishes this special issue tabulating his expansive list of publications, the vast majority of which entail studies on the systematics and biology of bees (Apoidea: Anthophila) and represents some of the most significant contributions to the subject. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Andrena First on line VIII Updated charlesrosier.com, X, charlesrosier.com This page is constructed in the framework of the STEP project Status and Trends of European Pollinators Coordinator: Simon Geoffrey Potts, University of Reading.

    Some Notes on the Bee Genus ANDREM. BY LAWRENCE BRTJNER. Several years ago the writer undertook to determine and lable the bees contained in the collection of insects belonging to the Uni versity of Nebraska. After some preliminary work in the way of. Stingless bees (Meliponidae) of the Western Hemisphere: Lestrimelitta and the following subgenera of Trigona: Trigona, Paratrigona, Schwarziana, Parapartamona, Cephalotrigona, Oxytrigona, Scaura, and Mourella. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer.


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Revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere by Wallace E. LaBerge Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. [Wallace E LaBerge; Robbin W Thorp]. LaBerge and Thorp: Revision of Andrena subgenus Onagrandrena 1 A Revision of the Bees of the Genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere.

Part XIV. Subgenus Onagrandrena. by Wallace E. LaBerge and Robbin W. Thorp INTRODUCTION The subgenus Onagrandrena was first recognized and described by Linsley and MacSwain () to include those black Andrena.

A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part XV—Subgenus Hesperandrena. and Wallace E. LaBerge. A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere.

Part XIV—Subgenus Onagrandrena and Part XV—Subgenus charlesrosier.comis Natural History Survey Bulletins 37(1):1–64 and 37(2. Download Citation | On Mar 1,Wallace E. LaBerge and others published A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere.

Part XIV—Subgenus Onagrandrena | Find, read and. By Wallace E. LaBerge, Published on 06/30/ Recommended Citation. LaBerge, Wallace E., "A Revision of the Bees of the Genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere Part XIII Subgenera Simandrena and Taeniandrena" ().Cited by: Dec 15,  · A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere by Wallace E.

LaBerge,Illinois Natural History Survey edition, in EnglishPages: By John K. Bouseman and Wallace E. LaBerge, Published on 02/20/ Recommended Citation. Bouseman, John K. and LaBerge, Wallace E., "A Revision of the Bees of the Genus Andrena of the Western charlesrosier.com by: Andrena auricoma is a species of mining bee in the family Andrenidae.

Andrena auricoma females are 8 to 10 mm in length, and males are 6 to 9 mm long. It is found in the western United States, and is relatively rare outside California.

It looks very similar to Andrena astragali but is smaller. ReferencesFamily: Andrenidae. Andrena Subgenus Melandrena (7 sp.). Bouseman and LaBerge () state that "Melandrena are large bees with long malar spaces, tall vertices, and wide genal areas.

They usually lack tergal pale fasciae (or these are weak and interrupted) and lack male sternal subapical fimbriae (or. Andrena, commonly called the mining bee, is the largest genus in the family Andrenidae, and is nearly worldwide in distribution, with the notable exceptions of Oceania and South charlesrosier.com over 1, species, it is one of the largest of all bee genera.

Species are often brown to black with whitish abdominal hair bands, though other colors are possible, most commonly reddish, but also Class: Insecta. Reprinted with permission of the American Entomological Society from: LaBerge, W. E., Ribble, D. A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere.

Part V: Gonandrena, Geissandrena, Parandrena, Pelicandrena. Transactions of. Lasthenia conjugens, commonly known as Contra Costa goldfields, is an endangered species of wildflower endemic to a limited range within the San Francisco Bay Area of the state of California, USA.

Specifically this rare species occurs in Napa, Santa Barbara, Solano, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Monterey and Alameda charlesrosier.com: Asteraceae.

Andrena mining bees belong to Andrenidae, one of the six principal families of bees found in the United States. The genus Andrena is one of the largest bee genera in the world and the most diverse in North America, comprising species on this continent and nearly worldwide. In the western hemisphere, Andrena bees appear only in North America.

They flourish in temperate areas, but. Two new Asiatic Andrena species (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) Relaxing bee specimens: A quick and easy method A revision of the subgenus Simandrena of.

MIning Bees: Genus Andrena. Genus summary: Andrena (/an-DREE-nuh/) is a large, well known genus that occurs in the Americas, Eurasia and the Old World Tropics with over species.

In California, there are approximately species. This may be the genus with the most species in all of California. Revision of the Western Palaearctic species of the Andrena taraxaci-group with description of four new species (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) HANS RICHARD SCHWENNINGER Abstract The Western Palaearctic species belonging to the group of Andrena taraxaci Giraud (subgenus Chlorandrena Pérez ) are revised, and 16 valid species are recognized.

A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere. Part XI. Minor subgenera and subgeneric key. – LaBerge, W.E. A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the western hemisphere.

Part XII. Subgenera Leucandrena, Ptilandrena, Scoliandrena and charlesrosier.com by: 4. Nov 07,  · Identify Types of Bees: The Andrena Mining Bee Bees of the Andrena genus are more commonly referred to as “Mining Bees,” and they differ from other types of bees because of.

The genus Andrena is large, containing about species, many of which occur here in North America. Collectively known as mining bees, the Andrena are solitary ground nesters that sometimes live in groups.

Many of the Andrena are oligolectic, meaning they forage on only one—or several closely related—species of plant. Reprinted with permission of the American Entomological Society from: LaBerge, W.

A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part X. Subgenus Andrena. Transactions of the American Entomological Society Please report text errors to: leah at. After a look through the camera lens, I was pretty sure they were in the genus Andrena.

This is a large genus of short-tongued bees, comprising about species. They are most often black (although other colors exist) and often the abdomen appears shiny, even though it has bands of hair. Honey Bee Suite is dedicated to honey bees.Other articles where Andrena is discussed: mining bee: (order Hymenoptera), particularly the genus Andrena.

Many species are medium-sized bees with reddish-golden hair and long, prominent abdomens. Females excavate tunnels in the soil that branch off to individual cells that the female stocks with pollen balls and nectar, on which she lays her eggs.

There may be one or.Feb 01,  · Read "Phylogeny of the Callandrena subgenus of Andrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA data: Polyphyly and convergent evolution, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.