Andrenidae


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Synonyms for Andrenidae

a large family of solitary short-tongued bees most of which burrow in the ground

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The Halictidae and Andrenidae bees likely provide outcross pollen, based on their foraging behavior.
Se observa tambien que los PT azul y blanco capturaron un numero similar de ejemplares para las familias Apidae y Andrenidae (Cuadro 3).
En cuanto a los antecedentes de las especies nativas de Andrenidae filogeneticamente cercanas a P evansi, se han llevado a cabo muy pocos trabajos sobre la biologia de nidificacion de especies de Panurginae en territorio chileno (Rozen, 1966, 1989; Ruz y Rozen 1993), ninguno de los cuales ha descrito conductas de nidificacion comunal en esta subfamilia, aun cuando se han reconocido muchos casos de este tipo de comportamiento en las tribus Perditini, Melitturgini y Panurgini (Custer 1928; Michener 1963, 2007).
Familia Subfamilia SP RE Tribu Especie Andrenidae Panurqinae Calliopsini Callonychium sp.
Ten families of the order Hymenoptera were collected at the relatively undisturbed dry tropical forest of Kiuic Research Station, but not at the more disturbed area of Hacienda Tabi: Evaniidae, Braconidae, Torymidae, Eucharitidae, Chalcididae, Diapriidae, Scelionidae, Colletidae, Andrenidae and Sapygidae.
Pollination is accomplished by insects, mainly by solitary bees of the families Andrenidae and Halictidae, and several species of small beetles of the families Malachiidae, Oedemeridae, and Scarabeidae (Sanchez-Lafuente et al.
Bee--(1) Any insect of the families Prospidae, Colletidae, Megachillidae, Xylocopidae, Ceratinidae, Nomadidae, Andrenidae, Anthophoridae, Bomidae, or Apidae.
They present evidence supporting an oligolectic ancestry in the Megachilinae and the Anthophorinae, and further suggest that polylecty has probably secondarily evolved within the Colletidae, Halictidae, and Andrenidae as well.
Communal associations among nestmates are known to occur in diverse lineages of bees, including the Hylaeinae, Nomiinae (Wcislo 1993), Halictinae [especially the Agapostemon complex and Australian species (Knerer and Schwarz 1976)], Andrenidae, Oxaeidae, Anthophoridae (especially Exomalopsini, Eucerini and Xylocopinae) and Megachilidae (Michener 1974; Eickwort 1981), as well as some sphecid (Crabroninae and Philanthinae; Evans et al.
2005) and Andrenidae, H al ictidae, and some species of Megachilidae (Ferreira et al.
GBT Hymenoptera Formicidae Forelius foetidus GBT Hymenoptera Formicidae Tapinoma sessile GBT Hymenoptera Halictidae Andrenidae sp e.
Las cinco familias representadas en ambos sitios fueron Andrenidae, Apidae, Colletidae, Halictidae y Megachilidae.