Andinopanurgus, a new Andean subgenus of Protandrena (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae)

@article{Gonzalez2011AndinopanurgusAN,
  title={Andinopanurgus, a new Andean subgenus of Protandrena (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae)},
  author={Victor Hugo Gonzalez and Michael S. Engel},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2011},
  pages={57 - 76}
}
Abstract A new subgenus of Protandrena Cockerell (Panurginae: Protandrenini) from South America, Andinopanurgus Gonzalez & Engel, subgen. n., is described and figured for distinctive species of the genus occurring at mid- and high elevations in the Andes from Venezuela to Peru (1100–3400 m). In addition to the distribution, the subgenus is easily distinguished from other subgenera by a unique combination of morphological characters in both sexes, especially in the hidden sterna and genitalia of… 
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