Andinopanurgus, a new Andean subgenus of Protandrena (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae
The Halictidae and Andrenidae
bees likely provide outcross pollen, based on their foraging behavior.
Se reconocen para el pais 1,800 especies y subespecies de abejas agrupadas en 144 generos y seis familias, siendo las de mayor riqueza Apidae (73 generos y 597 especies) y Andrenidae
(11 generos y 532 especies).
Satellite flies (Leucophorapersonata, Diptera: Anthomyiidae) and other dipteran parasites of the communal Bee Andrena agilissima (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae
) on the island of Elba, Italy.
Observation on the nesting biology of Andrena camellia Wu (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae
Cazier MA and Linsley EG (1963) Territorial behavior among males of Protoxaea gloriosa (Fox) (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae
Tengo, "Effects of familiarity and nestmate number on social interactions in two communal bees, Andrena scotica and Panurgus calcaratus (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae
)," Insectes Sociaux, vol.
Overall, the most abundant native pollinators available during the apple bloom were bees in the family Andrenidae
Melittostylops Kinzelbach is the only genus of this family known to parasitize members of the bee family Melittidae, as all other extant stylopids (Crawfbrdia, Eurystylops, Halictoxenos, Hylecthrus, Stylops and Ulrich/a) parasitize members of the classic short-tongued bee families: Colletidae, Halictidae and Andrenidae
. The Melittidae is a small (200 spp.), primarily African and Palearctic family of solitary, ground-nesting bees represented in North America by three genera: Hesperapis of the Dasypodaiinae and Macropis and Melitta of the Melittinae (Michener 2007; Michez et al.
yunnanense (Banziger et al., 2008) (a) MSB = Mixed, small-medium, solitary bees (5-10 mm in length) representing genera in two or more families (Andrenidae
, Apidae, Colletidae, Halictidae) (b) MLB = Mixed Medium-Large Solitary or Eusocial bees 10 [right arrow] 10 mm in length (no Bombus) representing genera in one or two families (Apidae, Megachilidae)
Familia Especies N Andrenidae
Oxaea flavescens Klug 1 Apidae Apis mellifera L.
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
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.