Oil Collecting Bees Mostly of the Summer Rainfall Area of Southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Melittidae: Rediviva)

@inproceedings{Whitehead2008OilCB,
  title={Oil Collecting Bees Mostly of the Summer Rainfall Area of Southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Melittidae: Rediviva)},
  author={V. Whitehead and K. Steiner and C. Eardley},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract The species of Rediviva (Apoidea, Melittidae) occurring in the summer rainfall region of South Africa are revised. Nine species are recognized, four are described as new: R. brunnea, R. autumnalis, R. rhodosoma and R. transkeiana all attributed to Whitehead and Steiner. Distributions and host plants are given for all the summer rainfall area species and a key to identify both males and females is presented. Rediviva rufipes and R. bicava, a winter rainfall area species, are synonymized… Expand
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