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Ankara’daki tozlaştırıcı arılardan Halictidae (Apiformes: Apoidea: Hymenoptera) familyası üzerine faunistik çalışmalar

@inproceedings{Dikmen2007AnkaradakiTA,
  title={Ankara’daki tozlaştırıcı arılardan Halictidae (Apiformes: Apoidea: Hymenoptera) familyası {\"u}zerine faunistik çalışmalar},
  author={Fatih Hakan Dikmen and Neşet Çağatay},
  year={2007}
}
Tozlastirici arilar, Apoidea ust familyasi uyesi Apiformes grubu icinde yer alan ari familyalarini icerir. Turkiye’de balarilari ve bombus arilari disindaki tozlastirici arilar ile ilgili cok az calisma vardir. Bu calismada tozlastirici arilardan Halictidae familyasi ele alinmis, Ankara ve cevresinden 6 cinse ait 17 tur saptanmistir. Turlerin ziyaret ettikleri bitkiler, Ankara, Turkiye ve Dunya yayilislari verilmistir. Bu tipteki oncu faunistik ve sistematik calismalarin artmasi ile ulkemizde… 

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