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Joseph Vachal (1838–1911): French entomologist and politician

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Systematics and Biogeography of Colletinae with Revisionary Studies of the Species of Colletes Latreille (Hymenoptera:Colletidae: Colletinae) from Chile and Eastern South America
This dissertation aims to provide a history of web exceptionalism from 1989 to 2002, a period chosen in order to explore its roots as well as specific cases up to and including the year in which descriptions of “Web 2.0” began to circulate.
Addendum to: Joseph Vachal (1838-1911): French entomologist and politician (Zootaxa, 3442, 1-52).
Table 2 listing the collectors of specimens described by Vachal as new taxa should be amended to include: Penther, Arnold (1865–1931): Turkey (Erciyes and vicinity, “Bussara (vel Bussana)?” (probably Bursa)).
Two new species of Caenohalictus Cameron, 1903 (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) from Colombia.
Female and males of two species of Caenohalictus Cameron, 1903, commonly collected in the Savanna of Bogotá, a high plateau in the central region of the Eastern Andes of Colombia are described.
Catalog of Hymenoptera described by Giovanni Gribodo (1846-1924) (Insecta).
The problem posed by the enigmatic "disappearance" of a large number of Algerian types, already faced by several entomologists in the past, is analyzed, in order to prevent future mistaken designations of lectotypes and neotypes.
Revision of the bee genus Chlerogella (Hymenoptera: Halictidae), Part III: New records and a new species from Peru
A distinctive new species of the bee genus Chlerogella Michener (Halictinae: Augochlorini) is described and figured from central Peru and can be recognized by its sculpturing, coloration, and male terminalia.
A Strategy to Provide a Present and Future Scenario of Mexican Biodiversity of Tardigrada
A strategy to provide a present and future scenario for understanding the Mexican biodiversity of Tardigrada is developed, the distribution patterns of the current recorded species are described, the estimated richness, and the estimated taxonomic effort needed to complete the national inventory are described.
Taxonomy of the bee species Anthrenoides nigrinasis (Vachal, 1909) n. comb.: redescription of the type, description of the female, and new distribution records (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
Protandrenini includes approximately 420 species of short-tongued bees, which are exclusively distributed in the Americas and many South American genera are in need of taxonomic revision.
Psaenythisca, a New Genus of Bees from South America (Apoidea: Andrenidae: Protandrenini) with a Description of the Nesting Biology and Immature Stages of One Species
Psaenythisca is closely related to Cephalurgus and Rhophitulus, and can be distinguished mainly by the forewing with three submarginal cells, premarginal area of S2 to S5 of male with dense pubescence, distal margin of S6 of male slightly emarginated, and male genitalia with relatively broad basal sclerite.
Lectotype designations and new synonymies in the Neotropical bee genus Centris Fabricius, 1804 (Hymenoptera: Apidae).
Ten name-bearing specimens of Centris Fabricius deposited in the Hungarian Natural History Museum are examined and nine lectotypes are designated for the following species: C. atripes Mocsáry, 1899;
A review of 250 years of South African bee taxonomy and exploration (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila)
  • A. Melin, J. Colville
  • Environmental Science
    Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa
  • 2019
South Africa is recognised as a global centre of bee diversity. Here we assess the status of taxonomic activity and exploration of its bee fauna over the past 250 years. The rate of species


The Halictine Bees of America
It is not thought it worth while, at present, to give the characters of all the Mexican species; but the table clearly separates all those of the United States.
Taxonomic status of the bees from French Guiana described by Jules Dominique (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Megachilidae, Halictidae)
In March 1898 Abbe Jules Dominique published an account of the bees collected by Constant Bar and his family in French Guiana, and included both the manuscript names and a brief description in his own words for several of these species.
Catalogue of the bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in the Neotropical Region
The catalogue, which was prepared by the contributors in a five years joint effort, will be a major resource for everyone working directly with systematics, taxonomy and biology of bees, as well as conservation, habitat restoration, plant reproductive biology, and pollination.
Taxonomic triage and the poverty of phylogeny.
  • Q. Wheeler
  • Biology
    Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences
  • 2004
Clarity of vision and courage of purpose are needed from individual taxonomists and natural history museums to bring about this evolution of taxonomy into the information age.
Sur les Abeilles (Apidae) de la période glaciaire [Hym.]
  • J. Vachal
  • Biology
    Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France
  • 1906
Obituary: Jesus Santiago Moure
Cresson types of hymenoptera