Panurgillus gênero novo de Panurginae, com a descrição de quatorze espécies do sul do Brasil (hymenoptera, andrenidae)

@article{Schlindwein1998PanurgillusGN,
  title={Panurgillus g{\^e}nero novo de Panurginae, com a descriç{\~a}o de quatorze esp{\'e}cies do sul do Brasil (hymenoptera, andrenidae)},
  author={Clemens Schlindwein and Jes{\'u}s Santiago Moure},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Zoologia},
  year={1998},
  volume={15},
  pages={397-439}
}
Panurgillus, a generic name used by J.S. Moure throughout various years in litt. as a substitue of Panurginus in the Neotropical Apifauna, is formally described. All specimens of the species here described were collected during surveys of bees and melittophilous plants in th state of Rio Grande do Sul, southem Brazil. Various species of Panurgillus also occur in other states of southem Brazil, in Argentina and probably in Uruguay, Paraguay and Eastem Bolivia. The bees are small (3,9-7,4 mm… 

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