Apidae


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Nesting biology of Centris (Hemisiella) tarsata Smith (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Centridini).
Porcentaje (%) total de visitas en cada localidad SM-Pena SM-Centro Blanca Orden Familia Especie (n = 707) (n = 771) Hymenoptera Apidae Apis mellifera 66,8 61,2 Bombus hortulanus 29,0 37,6 Bombus rubicundas 3,7 0,0 Thygater sp.
A familia Apidae (Hymenoptera) se destacou como o grupo de insetos mais frequentemente observado, sendo responsavel por 1256 visitas (Tabela 1).
Gerec ve Yontem: Yas ortalamalari 38,4 yil olan 86 erkek ve 123 kadin olmak uzere 209 gonullude, sorgulama, nefelometrik yontemle total IgE, fluoroimmunoassay yontemi ile fadiotop olcumleri ile beraber, apidae, vespidae ve polistes venomlarina karsi epidermal/intradermal test uygulayarak duyarlilasma oranlarini arastirdik
NEW SPECIES AND PREVIOUSLY UNKNOWN MALES OF NEOTROPICAL CLEPTOBIOTIC STINGLESS BEES (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE, LEsTRIMELITTA)
The different families in the order of their importance were Apidae (95.
Se colectaron 432 especimenes (Tabla 2), de cuatro de las cinco familias de abejas registradas para Colombia: Apidae, Halictidae, Megachilidae y Colletidae.
Relative Insects found in the flowers No of frequency individuals (%) Hymenoptera Apidae Partamona 398 41.
Meliponini neotropicais: o genero Geotrigona Moure, 1943 (Apinae, Apidae, Hymenoptera), corn especial referencia a filogenia e biogeografia.
The purposes of this note are to report Dasychernes inquilinus Chamberlin 1929 (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpiones, Chernetidae) from a nest of the stingless honey bee Melipona compressipes (Fabricius 1804) (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Meliponini), and summarize published information on pseudoscorpion-bee relationships.
The four largest families were Apidae (17%), Sphecidae (17%), Tephritidae (15%) and Scoliidae (11%).
Syrhidae was the dominant family with six species, followed by three species of Apidae, and a single species (Andrena sp.