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Australian Lasioglossum + Homalictus Form a Monophyletic Group : Resolving the “ Australian Enigma ”

@inproceedings{Nearctic2001AustralianL,
  title={Australian Lasioglossum + Homalictus Form a Monophyletic Group : Resolving the “ Australian Enigma ”},
  author={Nearctic and Pauly and Robertson and Cameron},
  year={2001}
}
—The bee genus Lasioglossum includes >1,000 species of bees distributed on all continents except Antarctica. Lasioglossum is a major component of the bee fauna in the Holarctic, Ethiopian, and Asian regions and is an important group for investigating the evolution of social behavior in bees. Given its cosmopolitan distribution, the historical biogeography of the genus is of considerable interest. We reconstructed phylogenetic relationships among the subgenera and species within Lasioglossum s.s… Expand

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