Espécies novas de Anthrenoides Ducke (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae ) do nordeste do Brasil

  title={Esp{\'e}cies novas de Anthrenoides Ducke (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae ) do nordeste do Brasil},
  author={Dan{\'u}ncia Urban},
As seguintes especies novas de Anthrenoides Ducke do nordeste do Brasil sao apresentadas: A. caatingae sp. nov., de Anage, Bahia; A. cearensis sp. nov., da Serra de Baturite, Ceara; A. deborae sp. nov., de Olho d’Agua do Casado, Alagoas; A. nordestinus sp. nov. de Barbalha, Ceara e A. petrolinensis sp. nov., de Petrolina, Pernambuco Uma chave para a identificacao das especies e proposta. New species of Anthrenoides Ducke (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) from the Brazilian northeastern Abstract The… 
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