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Synonyms for Megachilidae

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Con respecto a los platos trampa, los resultados mostraron que ciertos colores capturan mas abejas que otros (PT amarillos: 1319, PT rosa: 44); tambien se observo variacion entre las diferentes familias de abejas y los distintos colores de trampa, donde en los PT amarillos capturaron mas Halictidae, los PT azules ligeramente mas Andrenidae y Apidae, PT blancos mas Megachilidae, mientras que Colletidae no se capturo en ninguna.
Entre las abejas visitantes del cafe (Anexo 1), se encontraron 130 individuos de 13 especies catalogadas en tres familias: Halictidae, Megachilidae y Apidae, esta ultima con la mayor riqueza (nueve especies).
Solo se obtuvo registro de la familia Megachilidae en la vereda El Condor con la coleccion de 2 individuos de Megachile (Austromegachile) sp.
The Anthidiini constitute a tribe in the subfamily Megachilinae of the Megachilidae (Roig-Alsina and Michener 1993).
Por esta razon, en el analisis de esta categoria, se excluye la familia Megachilidae y cuatro especies de la familia Apidae, de las cuales no se conoce su comportamiento alimentario.
One highly diverse bee group that was attracted to both plant types in the spring was the Megachilidae, especially members of the genera Megachile and Osmia.
Interestingly, a recent phylogenetic mapping of pollen use within the tribe Anthidiini of the Megachilidae suggests that polylecty (generalization in plants visited for pollen) has evolved repeatedly from oligolecty, but not vice versa (Muller 1996).
florea along with some solitary bees (Anthophoridae, XylCopidae, Megachilidae and Halictidae) have been dCumented visiting C.
Bees of the family Megachilidae are well represented in low altitude areas in southern Brazil and poorly abundant in the northeast (Viana and Alves-dos-Santos, 2002).
Foraging behaviour and pollinating efficiency of Osmia cornuta and Apis mellifera on almond (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae and Apidae).
Bee family Species and author Apidae Euglossa dilemma Bembe & Eltz Melissodes communis Cresson Halictidae Augochlora pura (Say) Halictus poeyi Lepeletier (a) Lasioglossum halophitum (Graenicher) Lasioglossum puteuleanum Gibbs (b) Megachilidae Megachile pruina Smith Megachile pseudobrevis Mitchell Total N = 8 species Bee family Pan traps Sweep nets Blue vane traps Total Apidae 23 0 39 62 7 0 0 7 Halictidae 1 0 0 1 4 8 0 12 8 2 0 10 196 8 0 204 Megachilidae 36 0 1 37 8 0 0 8 Total 283 18 40 341 (a) Halictus poeyi is indistinguishable morphologically from Halictus ligatus Say but differs genetically.
175 361 472 880 581 1075 2 Halictidae Pseudoagapostemon 3 singularis Megachilidae Anthidium sp.
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.