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Noun1.Andrenidae - a large family of solitary short-tongued bees most of which burrow in the groundAndrenidae - a large family of solitary short-tongued bees most of which burrow in the ground
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
genus Andrena - a solitary burrowing short-tongued bee
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A new species of Andinopanurgus (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) from high elevations in southern Peru
The evolution of a pollen diet: Host choice and diet breadth of Andrena bees (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).
Catalogue of hymenopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum, parte 1: Andrenidae and Apidae.
2 Unidentified Species 1 Species 2 Species 3 Hymenoptera Apidae Anthophora californica Cresson Apis mellifera Linnaeus Exomalopsis pueblana Timberlake Andrenidae Heterosarus (Pterosaurus) sp.
The native Brazilian bee families that buzz-pollinate include Andrenidae, Apidae (except for Apis), Colletidae, Halictidae and Megachilidae (Buchmann and Hurley, 1978; Harter et al., 2002).
Syrhidae was the dominant family with six species, followed by three species of Apidae, and a single species (Andrena sp.) was observed from the Andrenidae. Apis dorsata and A.
Of this total, the Apidae Family stood out with 99.00%, while the other Families (Andrenidae, Halictidae and Megachilidae) with percentages lower than 1%.
En total se recolectaron 1.976 abejas (896 en PO, 666 en PB y 430 en PP), agrupadas en 70 especies y 30 generos (Tabla 2) y distribuidas porcentualmente por familia de la siguiente manera: Halictidae (67,15%), Apidae (24,28%), Colletidae (5,71%), Megachilidae (1,42%) y Andrenidae (1,42%).
Devastating effects of river flooding to the ground-nesting bee, Andrena vaga (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae), and its associated fauna.
Echinomastus erectrocentrus flowers were visited by many species of bees, mainly from the Andrenidae, Anthophoridae, Halictidae and Megachilidae (Johnson, 1992).
A total of 77 flower visiting insects were collected including several Lepidopteran species, Syphridae and Diptera species, and bees in the Andrenidae and Halictidae families (Table 5).