Two new records of Gynandromorphs in Xylocopa (Hymenoptera, Apidae s.l.)

@inproceedings{Almeida2018TwoNR,
  title={Two new records of Gynandromorphs in Xylocopa (Hymenoptera, Apidae s.l.)},
  author={Rony Peterson Santos Almeida and Luis Anderson Ribeiro Leite and Kelli dos Santos Ramos},
  year={2018}
}
Two new records of gynandromorphs in Xylocopa Latreille, 1802 (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Gynandromorphs are deviant morphological individuals with genetically distinct male and female tissues. Records of sex anomalies seems to be important to better understand the mechanisms regulating phenotypic expression. Herein, two new cases of gynandromorphs in carpenter bee species of Xylocopa from Brazil are described and figured: a mixed gynandromorph of the X. (Neoxylocopa) brasilianorum (Linnaeus, 1767… 
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