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The phylogeny and classification of the tribe Halictini , with special reference to the Halictus genus-group ( Hymenoptera : Halictidae )

  title={The phylogeny and classification of the tribe Halictini , with special reference to the Halictus genus-group ( Hymenoptera : Halictidae )},
  • Yu.
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
The monophyly of the cosmopolitan tribe Halictini, including over 2300 currently recognized species, is supported by at least a single manifested synapomorphy shared by all members of the tribe: metasomal tergum VII of the male is modified; this forms a transverse ridge giving a false apex beneath which the tergum is strongly reflexed to the morphological posterior margin. On the basis of the present phylogenetic analysis, the tribe Halictini is subdivided into five subtribes: Halictina… 

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