Nesting biology and potential distribution of an oil-collecting Centridine Bee from South America

@article{Vlez2016NestingBA,
  title={Nesting biology and potential distribution of an oil-collecting Centridine Bee from South America},
  author={D. V{\'e}lez and Felipe Vivallo and D. Silva},
  journal={Apidologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={48},
  pages={181-193}
}
  • D. Vélez, Felipe Vivallo, D. Silva
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • Apidologie
  • Despite their relevance for the maintenance of terrestrial ecosystems, important aspects such as the biology and distribution range remain unknown for most species of bees that occur in the Neotropical region. This makes the monitoring of pollinators and the establishment of conservation policies difficult. In this paper, we provide information on the nesting biology and natural enemies of Centris merrillae. Additionally, we provide a potential distribution model based on previously unknown… CONTINUE READING
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