Behavioral Phylogeny of Corbiculate Apidae ( Hymenoptera ; Apinae ) , with Special Reference to Social Behavior

@inproceedings{Noll2002BehavioralPO,
  title={Behavioral Phylogeny of Corbiculate Apidae ( Hymenoptera ; Apinae ) , with Special Reference to Social Behavior},
  author={F. Noll},
  year={2002}
}
The phylogenetic relationships among the four tribes of Euglossini (orchid bees, about 175 species), Bombini corbiculate bees (Euglossini, Bombini, Meliponini, and (bumblebees, about 250 species), Meliponini (stingless Apini) are controversial. There is substantial incongrubees, several hundred species), and Apini (honey bees, ence between morphological and molecular data, and the about 11 species) (Michener, 2000), that belong to the single origin of eusociality is questionable. The use of… Expand
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