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MEGACHILIDS BEES (HYMENOPTERA: APOIDEA) OF AYNALI FORESTS WITH FOUR NEW RECORDS FOR IRAN

@article{Khaghaninia2010MEGACHILIDSB,
  title={MEGACHILIDS BEES (HYMENOPTERA: APOIDEA) OF AYNALI FORESTS WITH FOUR NEW RECORDS FOR IRAN},
  author={Samad Khaghaninia and Yasemin G{\"u}ler and Mozhgan Mousavi},
  journal={Munis Entomology and Zoology},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={890-895}
}
A survey was conducted on Megachilids fauna of Aynali forests, in East Azarbaijan province during 2008-2009. Fourteen species belonging to seven genera were identified which totally are as new records for studied area and four species, Rhodanthidium septemdentatum (Lepeletier, 1841), Coelioxys afra Lepeletier, 1841, Megachile nigriventris Schenck, 1870 and Megachile lagopoda (Linnaeus, 1761), are the new records for the Iran insect fauna. 

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