New Records of Megachilid Bees (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae) from the North Caucasus and Neighboring Regions of Russia
- A. Fateryga, M. Proshchalykin, Yulia V. Astafurova, I. Popov
- BiologyEntomological Review
- 1 December 2018
Twenty-five species are new to the North Caucasus, five species arenew to the south of the European part of Russia, and one species, Megachile leucomalla Gerstäcker, 1869, is new toThe North Caucasus and south ofThe European parts of Russia; the latter species is also reported for the first time from Iran.
The bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille 1804 of the Russian Far East, with key to species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae).
Eighteen species of the bee genus Sphecodes are recorded from the Russian Far East, with new synonymy has been established for S. crassus Thomson 1870 and tanoi Tsuneki 1983.
Annotated Bibliography of Russian and Soviet publications on the bees 1771-2002
Geographic distribution of halictid bees of the subfamilies Rophitinae and Nomiinae (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) in the Palaearctic
- Yulia V. Astafurova
- BiologyEntomological Review
- 13 July 2013
The distribution of halictid bees of the subfamilies Rophitinae and Nomiinae in the Palaearctic is analyzed based on the scheme of zoogeographic subdivision proposed by A.F. Emeljanov (1974). The…
New records to the bee fauna of Russia (Hymenoptera, Apiformes)
- M. Proshchalykin, Yulia V. Astafurova, M. Schwarz, T. Levchenko, A. Byvaltsev
- Environmental Science
1) Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity, Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, 690022, Russia. E-mail: email@example.com 2) Zoological…
The genus Sphecodes Latreille 1804 (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae) in Central Asia
Information on the bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille 1804 in Central Asia is summarized and illustrated keys to both males and females of all species known from Central Asia are provided.
Bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille 1804 of Siberia, with a key to species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae).
Twenty-one species of the bee genus Sphecodes Latreille are recorded from Siberia and neighbouring Mongolia and sphecodes schwarzi Astafurova & Proshchalykin, sp.
New and little known bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille, 1804 (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae) from Central Asia.
Following a previously published study on Central Asian species of Sphecodes bees, 20 rarely recorded and little known species are presented, with two of them recorded for the first time.
The distribution of the genus Sphecodes Latreille (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) of the Arabian Peninsula and surrounding countries with description of hitherto unknown female of S. atlanticus Warncke,…
Twenty-six species are currently known from this area, while five species are newly recorded from the Arabian Peninsula: Sphecodes atlanticus Warncke, 1992, S. intermedius Blüthgen, 1923 (UAE), S. nomioidis Pesenko, 1979, and S. turanicus Astafurova & Proshchalykin, 2017 (Saudi Arabia).
New records of bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille in the Palaearctic part of China (Hymenoptera, Halictidae)
Abstract The available information about the cleptoparastic bees of the genus Sphecodes in the Palaearctic part of China is summarized. Twenty-four species are currently known from this area…