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The incidence of diploid males among 1457 individuals of different populations of six euglossine bee species (Eufriesea violacea, Eulaema cingulata, Euglossa annectans, Euglossa iopoecila, Euglossa pleosticta and Euglossa truncata) was investigated with microsatellite markers. Bees were surveyed in Atlantic Forest fragments showing different sizes and(More)
Euglossine bees were sampled in three different phytophysiognomies [Rainforest (RF), Mixed Forest (MF) and Seasonal Semi-Deciduous Forest (SF)] of Brazilian Atlantic Forest (AF). In this study, euglossine males attracted to eight synthetic scent baits were captured with an entomological net. Results revealed different euglossine bee assemblages associated(More)
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