Two New Species of Anthrenoides Ducke, 1907 (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae) with a Checklist of Andrenine Bees of Cerrado Savanna

@article{Aguiar2020TwoNS,
  title={Two New Species of Anthrenoides Ducke, 1907 (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae) with a Checklist of Andrenine Bees of Cerrado Savanna},
  author={Antonio J. C. Aguiar and Kelli dos Santos Ramos},
  journal={Annales Zoologici},
  year={2020},
  volume={70},
  pages={561 - 572}
}
Abstract. In Neotropical region, the subfamily Andreninae is commonly collected in temperate and subtropical areas with scarce records in tropical areas. Here, we provide a checklist of andrenine bees from Cerrado and describe two new species of Anthrenoides. Twenty-two bee species of Andreninae were recorded. The new species were recorded in the core area of Cerrado, on Brazilan Central Plateau. Anthrenoides kalunga sp. nov. is known by a single female specimen from Chapada dos Veadeiros and… 
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