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Preliminary results of bowl trapping bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in a southern Brazil forest fragment
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The preliminary results of bowl trapping in a Semidecidual Seasonal forest fragment in southern Brazil, including the test of two different color bowls, two different habitats, and the interaction of these variables in bee species number and composition are presented. Expand
Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apidae s.l.) captured with Malaise and pan traps along an altitudinal gradient in the Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar, Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil
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Detrended Correspondence Analysis revealed a correlation between the occurrence of stingless bees and the altitude, confirming the usefulness of Stingless-bee communities to reveal gradient patterns. Expand
Changes in wild bee fauna of a grassland in Brazil reveal negative effects associated with growing urbanization during the last 40 years
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The effects of urbanization, in particular intense land occupation and few preserved natural areas can be pointed as the main causes of species decline, as well as continuing increase in human population, increased erosion in diversity is expected. Expand
A molecular and morphological phylogeny of the extant Augochlorini (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) with comments on implications for biogeography
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According to this hypothesis, the diversification of Augochlorini may have begun as a response to vicariant events, including the split of the Neotropical/Andean regions and marine transgressions in the Amazon region. Expand
The orchid bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Euglossina) in a forest fragment from western Paraná state, Brazil
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A riqueza de especie amostrada indica that fragmentos florestais, mesmo que pequenos e isolados, sao importantes na conservacao destas abelhas. Expand
A revised key to the species of Caenaugochlora (Ctenaugochlora ), with the description of a new species from Costa Rica (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Augochlorini)
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A new species of Caenaugochlora MicheneR, subgenus Ctenaugo chlora eickwoRt, is described and figured from a single female from central Costa Rica, and comments on color variation in C. algeri and other augochlorines are provided. Expand
Curt Schrottky (18741937): South American entomology at the beginning of the 20th century (Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, Diptera)
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The present catalog provides a complete list of the taxa proposed by Curt Schrottky, including a bibliography of his 86 entomological publications, and lists all valid names proposed. Expand
Review of bees as guests in termite nests, with a new record of the communal bee, Gaesochira obscura (Smith, 1879) (Hymenoptera, Apidae), in nests of Anoplotermes banksi Emerson, 1925 (Isoptera,
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This study provides a review of published records of bees as guests in termite nests, and describes the aggregation of nests of Gaesochira obscura within one nest of Anoplotermes banksi in Brazilian Amazonia. Expand
Bee and wasp responses to a fragmented landscape in southern Brazil
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It is found that abundance of Apinae and oligolectic bees increase and the richness of Augochlorini bees decreases with increasing fragment size, and the group be used in ecological indicator and monitoring studies. Expand
Biogeography and early diversification of Tapinotaspidini oil-bees support presence of Paleocene savannas in South America.
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The link between biomes and host plant shifts and changes in diversification rate brings us additional insights into the evolution of bees and associated flora in South America. Expand
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