3 edition of large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) found in the catalog.
large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
Charles Duncan Michener
|Statement||Charles D. Michener.|
|Series||American Museum novitates ;, no. 2693|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .A436 no. 2693, QL568.H3 .A436 no. 2693|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||80107858|
Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Halictidae - Sweat Bees -- Discover Life. Homalictus is a subgenus of bees in the genus Lasioglossum subfamily Halictinae of the family Halictidae. They are found in Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, east across the Pacific to the Mariana Islands, Samoa and are most prevalent in Australia.
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"Several species of Homalictus and the related genus Urohalictus are markedly larger than other Homalictus. All these large species (all but one of which are new) occur at moderate to high altitudes in New Guinea or nearby islands, regions where other moderate-sized to large Halictinae are almost absent except for Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes?) permetallicum.
The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). American Museum novitates ; no.
By Charles D. (Charles Duncan) Michener ."Several species of Homalictus and the related genus Urohalictus are markedly larger than other Homalictus.
All these large species (all but one of. Homalictus is a subgenus of bees in the genus Lasioglossum subfamily Halictinae of the family Halictidae. They are found in Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, east across the Pacific to the Mariana Islands, Samoa and are most prevalent in Australia.
Species. The subgenus Lasioglossum (Homalictus) contains species including the following. Lasioglossum murrayi Class: Insecta. groups has be en a large part of rece nt SWP history.
and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area with only one described species, Homalictus fijiensis Michener, occurring at. Genus: Homalictus Species (0): [Source: C.-D. First record of the bee genus Homalictus Cockerell for China with description of a new species (Hymenoptera: Halictidae: Halictini).
Zootaxa (2): – Related changes; Upload file; Special pages; Permanent link; Page information; Wikidata item. The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area.
American Museum Novitates, 1– Linsley, E. & J. MacSwain, and C.D. Michener Nesting biology and associates of Melitoma. University of California Publications in Entomology i-viii Michener, C.D. Classification of the.
The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) The nest architecture of stingless bees with special reference to those of Costa Rica (Hymenoptera, Apidae) Nesting biology. Here we combine DNA sequences from the mitochondrial COI gene from Homalictus species from Papua New Guinea, the Pacific and Australia to.
The genus Homalictus Cockerell has not been taxonomically reviewed in the Fijian archipelago for 40 we redescribe the four known species and describe nine new ones, bringing the number of endemic Homalictus in Fiji to 13 provide identifications keys to all species.
Michener, C.D. (b) Genus Homalictus in Fiji (Hymenoptera, Halictidae). Pac. Inse – Google Scholar; Michener, C.D. () The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Mus. Smith, F. () Descriptions of new species of Hymenoptera in the collection of the.
Michener, C. The genus Homalictus in Fiji (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Pacific Insects Michener, C. The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area. American Museum Novitates Michener, C. A new Philippine Homalictus with unusual wing venation (Hymenoptera.
Michener, C. () The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea Area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). American Museum Novitates, No.figs. Michener, C.
() A Lasioglossum from Borneo with possible Australian affinities (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). The large species of Homalictus and related Halictinae from the New Guinea area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).
American Museum Novitates No. American Museum Novitates No. Google Scholar. Within the insect order Hymenoptera, the Halictinae are the largest, most diverse, and most recently diverged of the four halictid subfamilies. They comprise over bee species belonging to the five taxonomic tribes Augochlorini, Thrinchostomini, Caenohalictini, Sphecodini, and Halictini, which some entomologists alternatively organize into the two tribes Augochlorini and.
The Large Species of Homalictus and Related Halictinae from the New Guinea Area (Hymenoptera, Apoidea), Charles D. Michener; American Museum Novitates PDF Ctenoplectridae and the Origin of Long-Tongued Bees, Charles D.
Michener and Les Greenberg; Zoological Journal of the Linnean Soceity. Species richness and behavioural diversity of the Halictidae is most heavily concentrated in the tribe Halictini s. s.(), which includes six genera (Glossodialictus, Halictus, Lasioglossum s.l., Mexalictus, Patellapis, and Thrincohalictus) and nearly described species (Ascher and Pickering, )Solitary and communal nesting has been recorded from.
Halictidae is the second-largest family of Apoidea bees.  Halictid species occur all over the world  and are usually dark-colored and often metallic in appearance. Several species are all or partly green and a few are red; a number of them have yellow markings, especially the males, which commonly have yellow faces, a pattern widespread among the.
SzenMvany: New Guinea host records Noctuidae Pericyma cruegeri Butl. Poinciana regia, Foliage: Hanuabada, Port Moresby, C. Distr., Papua, Apr.-May (Sz. I.). Remark: This species completely defoliated Poinciana trees in in the Port Moresby town area.
To the best of my knowledge, it has never been. New Guinea Orchids - Genera and Species List. Click on any genus to view the available species or details for the genus. If there are more than 10 species for the given Genus, please click on the provided "Show full Species list" link to view the full list.
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The Carter Center/Centers For Disease Control and Prevention; The female grows to a length of 50 to cm (about 20 to 48 inches), while the male (which is rarely found because it dies upon mating within a human or other host). This analysis suggests that the Rampasasa people can trace a large part of their ancestry to Near Oceania, a region that includes Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and the Bismarck Archipelago.Fortnightly samples of foragers of Halictus ligatus Say and its recently distinguished sibling species Halictus poeyi Lepeletier were collected in an area of sympatry.
Both species were active from late April until autumn, although H. ligatus ceased foraging about 1 month earlier than H. ogical differences were minor and insufficient to preclude hybridization .Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.