Espécies novas de Anthrenoides Ducke (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Andreninae) do Rio Grande do Sul e notas descritivas

@article{Urban2008EspciesND,
  title={Esp{\'e}cies novas de Anthrenoides Ducke (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Andreninae) do Rio Grande do Sul e notas descritivas},
  author={Dan{\'u}ncia Urban},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Entomologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={52},
  pages={575-587}
}
Anthrenoides alineae sp. nov., A. birgitae sp. nov., A. elioi sp. nov., A. francisci sp. nov., A. gibbosus sp. nov., A. kelliae sp. nov., A. paulensis sp. nov., A. sidiae sp. nov. and A. sulinus sp. nov., as well as the females of A. magaliae Urban, 2005 and of A. reticulatus Urban, 2005 are described and illustrated. New data on geographical distribution of Anthrenoides and a key to the species from Rio Grande do Sul are also given. 
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