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Noun1.Apidae - honeybeesApidae - honeybees; carpenter bees; bumblebees
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Apis, genus Apis - type genus of the Apidae: honeybees
genus Xylocopa, Xylocopa - carpenter bees
Bombus, genus Bombus - bumblebees
genus Psithyrus, Psithyrus - a large bee that resembles the bumblebee but lacks pollen-collecting apparatus and a worker caste
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Partial bivoltinism in a ground-nesting bee: the biology of Diadasia rinconis in Texas (Hymenoptera, Anthophoridae).
(Hymenoptera: Apidae) (Spaethe & Weidenmuller 2002), as well as those from families of native bees including Halictidae, Megachilidae, Colletidae (Batra 1978), Anthophoridae (Stone 1995), and the family Apidae, tribe Euglossini (Dressler 1982).
Motro, "Possible foraging benefits of bimodal daily activity in Proxylocopa olivieri (Lepeletier) (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae)," Environmental Entomology, vol.
Similarly, long-term sampling efforts in Costa Rica have revealed two closely-related ground-nesting solitary bee species in the genus Centris (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) co- occur in coastal areas but appear to segregate their nest locations based on vegetation types (Frankie et al., 1993).
Nests of Centris segregata (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) with a Review of the Nesting Habitats of the Genus.
Echinomastus erectrocentrus flowers were visited by many species of bees, mainly from the Andrenidae, Anthophoridae, Halictidae and Megachilidae (Johnson, 1992).
florea along with some solitary bees (Anthophoridae, XylCopidae, Megachilidae and Halictidae) have been dCumented visiting C.
Frankie GW, Vinson SB and Coville RE (1980) Territorial behavior of Centris adani and its reproductive function in the Costa Rican dry forest (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).
The role of nectar and oil in the pollination of Drymonia serrulata (Gesneriaceae) by Epicharis Bees (Anthophoridae) in Panama.
Division of labor and adult interactions in eusocial colonies of two allodapines bee species (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).