Three New Halictine Bees from Japan (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)

  title={Three New Halictine Bees from Japan (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)},
  author={Sh{\^o}ichi F. Sakagami and 坂上 昭一 and Osamu Tadauchi and 修 多田内 and ショウイチ サカガミ and オサム タダウチ},
Three new halictine bees are described from Japan: Lasioglossum (Lasioglossurn) nipponicola sp. nov.; L. (L.) ebmerianum sp. nov.; L. (Evylaeus) sphecodicolor sp. nov. Terminology, abbreviations and style of description follow Sakagami & Tadauchi (1995). The holotypes and some paratypes are to be deposited in Entomological Institute, Hokkaido University, Sapporo and other paratypes are in Entomological Laboratory, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, A. W. Ebmer’s collection in Linz, Austria, and some… 

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