Hyménoptères Apoidea (Insecta) de l'archipel du Vanuatu

@inproceedings{Pauly2009HymnoptresA,
  title={Hym{\'e}nopt{\`e}res Apoidea (Insecta) de l'archipel du Vanuatu},
  author={Alain Pauly and Claire Villemant},
  year={2009}
}
Pauly A. & Villemant C. 2009. — Hyménoptères Apoidea (Insecta) de l'archipel du Vanuatu. Zoosystema 31 (3): 719-730. ABSTRACT Bees from the Vanuatu Archipelago (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Eleven species of Apoidea have been collected in the north-west of the Santo island (Vanuatu) in the Penaoru region, during the SANTO 2006 expedition, among which two at least are new to science: Lasioglosum (Chilalictus) vanuatu n. sp. and Austronomia sp. The moist lowland forest, between 600m and 900 m… Expand
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